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Hobert Willrett, owner of 
ihe llorlst shop, was lied to 
the bed iby the two men. The' 
phone wires wore cut. j 

Willrett managed 4o work; 
hla feet loose • from their 
bonds, and hobbled across 
the street to a neighbor's 
home with his hands still lied 
behind his back. Mrs. Rus- 
sell Laseo untied ills 'hands,' 
'Which he said were getting 
numb, and called police. . 

Wlllrelt said ho thought it 
was about 3 a.m. Sunday 
morning when he was wak- 
ened by two men bursting 
into his bedroom, lie saw! 
\thcm for. a moment, he said, 
silhouetted against the lights 
from .the greenhouse. His 
apartment is in thonrear-iof 
ithe greenhouse. ' M ;'_• "■•■' ^ J 

Ho could see that they had 
guns In their hands, ■) he said, 
and thought they had hand- 
kerchiefs or something simi- 
Jar over; 4he lower part of 
their faces. "I wasn't think- 
ing much of what they looked 
like at the time," Willrett 
said. "I had no idea of what 
they. meant to do— even when 
they .told mo to 1 face the wall 
I thought they might- hit me 
with the gun. But they were 
very polite and solicitous. 
Even left my, bad leg free 
when 1 told them it was in- 
jured when they started to 
tie mo up." 

They- were not "big, burly 
ruffians," Willrett said. Not 



heavy sot and riot : tall, file! 



= two nvto ry courteous, 1 ',: heavy set anu noi laii, ifiie 

^burglars broke Into Floral thought they wore young.; 

Acres, about a nille south of Their feet were very muddy 

Antioch, and stole about ^-Iney climbed on the bed to 

f 1,200 early Sunday morning.' hang atects over tho window 



and loft muddy pootprlnts 
on pthe?ibed. ' 

Wiilrott said the mon told 
him VFaco the wall and keep 
quiet and you won't 'get 1 
hurt." He complied. They 
tied his hands behind his back 
and threw the covers over his 
head. ;. % 

The men asked where, tho 
cash was that lie had listed 
for deposit on a bank deposit 
slip. Willrett had made up 
the -deposit slip Saturday, 
driven to Antioch, then Ibe- 
cause tit was raining so hard 
<had- .decided not to. deposit 
the money until Monday.- 
The men -had found • \thc 
checks and deposit slip. The 
cash, amounted' to $600.00. 
He told thorn where it was 
and they -.took '-It, plus several 
extra rolls of change kept on 
hand because of the coin 
shortage. They told Willrett 
they had put the checks on 
top of the TV. 

One of the men expressed 
concern that Wlllrott's wrist 
would be hurt by. his wrist 
watch when they bound him 
and removed It. They took 
the watch and money from 
his wallet, but left the wallet. 
They also look a rifle. 

The men had flashlights, 
Willrett said, and never turn- 
ed the lights on. He did not 
hear a car, drive away, but 
said he wasn't sure he would, 
hear one from his 'apartment. 



dies Voice 
Suggestions 
for New A & P 

Twelve * ladies from the 
Antioch area were guests of 
the A & P store at a lunch- 
eon" at Lorenz's Country 
House recently. Purpose of 
the luncheon meeting was to 
give A&P personnel an oppor- 
tunity to hear suggestions 
from the "ladles an to what 
features they'd most like to 
sec incorporated into the new 
A&P store being built In 
the Antioch Plaza. 

Tho ladies represented a 
cross-section of the commun- 
ity, wilh various-sized fam- 
ilies, occupations and in- 
comes. 

. Two of the suggestions 
given by the ladies were elim- 
ination of the present system 
of empty-bottle returns, and 
a quick pick-up station for 
carts of groceries. The la- 
dies found it a nuisance to re- 
turn empty bottles for de- 
posit and recccivc a credit 
slip to be cashed at the check- 
out counter. The slip, they 
said, is usually forgotten by 
the time shopping is finished. 

A drive-up station to pick 
up groceries, eliminating the 
need to limit for a nearby 
parking place and return 
carts lo the store was prob- 
ably the greatest desire of 
the customers, one panel 
member said. 

Ladies attending the lunch- 
con were Mrs. James Kopriva, 
Antioch; Mrs. Marge Robbins, 
(in nice; Mrs. 101 Hoy Ander- 
son, Antioch; Mrs. Gerald 
C&Lchton, Lake Villa; Mrs. 
Harold Scvcrson, Lake Villa; 
Mrs. Arnold Weber, Antioch; 
Mrs. Lester Osmond, Antioch; 
Mrs. Carl Hickman, Curnec; 
Mrs. Edward Hcvrdcjs, Anti- 
och; Mrs. Roger Boroders, 
Antioch; Mrs. William Yucus. 
Antioch, and Mrs. Anthony 
Skaronca, Mundclcin. 

A&P personnel present 
were M. E. Pierce, vice prcs- 



Jury Rules 
On Throe Deaths 

Inquests were held Tues- 
day, September 20, at 
Strang's Funeral Home in An j 
tloch into the deaths of Mary 
lovanelli, Feltcr's Subdivi- 
sion, Antioch; Kenneth .Mot- 
tag. Lake Villa, and Taylor 
Clark, Petite Lake. 

The inquest jury found 
that Marry lovanelli died of 
gunshot wounds in the neck 
inflicted by a gun held in 
the hands of her husband, J 
A'njgclo;'' Tlie' jury. 'fecoin-" 
mended that he be charged 
with murder. lovanelli Is at 
present hospitalized and in 
custody. 

T(ie death of Kenneth 
Mortag on August 17 In the 
plane crash was ruled acci- 
dental. Mortag was practic- 
ing stunt flying when his 
plane crashed. 

The jury found that Taylor 
Clark died of extreme head 
lacerations and a skull frac- 
ture Inflicted by an axe or 
other sharp instrument wield- 
ed by a party or parties un- 
known. The jury recom- 
mended that a murder charge 
be lodged against the assail- 
ants, if apprehended. 

Clark was found dead in 
his home, where he lived 
alone. He died on Septem- 
ber 2. 



Two Boys 
Drown In 
Fox lake 

The v)Fox Lake' Rescue' 
Squad and sheriff 's deputies 
are still looking for the body! 
of James Norrls, bollovedj 
drowned Saturday; Septem- 
ber 26.^ " , 

Tho ibody of 14-yoar-okt 
Thomas Harnett, ?$Fox ^Lake 
Hilts, was 'found floating in 
Fox 'Lake Sunday. Antioch, 
Fox Lake and Lake Villa res-' 
cue squads dragged for the, 
bodies of the -boy's all day 
Sunday; v'The. . search -was 
made more difficult because, 
no one5know^where^he iboys 
had -drowned. ,' ! 

Harnett was wearing a life 
jacket. He had 'suffered head 
injuries. The Norrls boy's 
life jacket was found washed 
ashore. •;■' ' §M r - 1 

Search for the itwo .boys,i 
both 14 years old, started Sat-! 
urday night when ithelr apar-, 
ents reported them missing. , 
John. Norrls, the missing 
boyls father, said the boys 
had gone fishing In the morn-] 
Ing In his rowboat. The row-' 
boat* and an outboard motor, 
reported missing by a neigh- 
bor were found near young 
Norrls' life jacket. ; :- 

Thomas. Barnett lived with 
his mother, Mrs. Phyllis Wart 
lie was born In Wolch, West 
Virginia, and his body was 
returned to that town for 
funeral services and burial 
Wednesday. 

2-YeartHd Boy 
Drowns at Fox Lake 

. A 2-yejr old boy, missing- iincc 
about I: JO p. ni., Monday, was 
found Monday night drowned 
in Nippers ink creek at Fox Lake. 
'Robert Brother ton, the sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ikot her ton 
of McHenry, had been visiting at 
the luunc of a relative at Fox 
Lake, Jack Sclnicrr, Circuit court 
Magistrate, with his mother. 

He was missed 'by his mother 
Tilroti t"l : 3 U 'p.m. " Dcpii t leT siM r- 
clied for him unsuccessfully tin- 
til bloodhounds were brought in. 
One of the dogs lead .searchers 
out into the water, where the 
-found the boy's body. 









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ANTIOCH, ilLUINOIS, THUWrMMAtOCTOBER 1v 1964i 



yOL v^XXIX. NUMBER si 4 





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•Homecoming -weekend 
Antioch High School this yes. 
will be a special event, with 
many more ^alumni thah^ua- 
ual returning for the celebra- 
tion of the ?50th Anniversary 
of Antioch High. ^ " . ^ 
/In addition to the usual 
Homecoming lactlvltles,. ah; 
Alumni ■■reception', -will, be" 
held at the High School on 
Sunday, October 11. • 1 

i Inihonbr of the 50th ^Annl-, 
versary, Jackie Horton, local; 
artist, has painted the Se- 
quoit Indian head in the cen- 



jter.tdf the Lgym^flobr. 'Chief 



;So<moll,jin^Warupalntiof )the 
school colors— cardinal and 
gray— depicts the fighting 
spirit of the Sequolts. His 
headdress is 80 ^golden tfeath- 
orH. The ^painting -iis the 
parting iglft of the Clabs of 

mm ■■:■;- ,--- r - ; v ~m 

I ^Sequolts' Path of Prog- 
ress"; Is the t home for ' the 
1064. ;Hofiiecomlng. ^Entries 
In ithe iparjjdo, to be hold Sat- 
tirday morning. at 10 a.m., are 
not as 'numerous as expected, 
according lo John W. - : Horarti 



parade -marshal. Anyone iWho 
would like to enter the pa- 
rade can contact chairman' 
Jim Edwards vat the high 
School *oriMr, 'Hdrahlat 395rS 
1202. / iSr ' -'j 

Homecoming : w.'c 1 e k e, n <ij 
starts \wlth ,ithe ipop Orally ml 
tluriold football field at 7:30! 
p.m. .^Friday,' .October .0. ^A 
bonfire and, sock 'hop .wlir-fol-! 
hmnthe pep -rally. ' ;- , V- 

Homecoming parade will 
Btart at -lo- a.m. ■ Saturday,! 
October 10. The/ parade units 
assemble at »a;m. In the High 



Killed By 

Train 

Antioch 






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Charles Percy To 
Be In Antioch 

The Republican Clubs of 
Antioch, Lake Villa, Grant 
and Avon Townships are 
planning a Tea at which gub- 
ernatorial candidate Charles 
Percy will be the guest 
speaker. . 

The tea will be held at 
Wesley Hall of the Antioch 
Methodist Church at 2:30 
p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, 



:.., .■... w .,:. i ... ...-: V-,- - 

Becomes C.PA. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger ' E. 
Broders of Antioch were 
among the honored dinner 
guests of- the Nebraska So- 
ciety of Certified Public Ac- 
countants in Lincoln, Neb., 
recently. 

The event was the annual 
presentation dinner for the 
successful C.P.A. candidates 
of the past year. Mr. Bro- 
ders received his certificate 
following the dinner. 

Mr. Broders is employed 
by the George W. Kennedy 
Construction Co. In Antioch. 



Rescue Squad 
Donations 



ident; D. N. Heard on, gen- 
eral superintendent; J. F. 
Fccllan, sales manager; A. F. 
Kaiser, superintendent; Wil- 
liam Parmer, Antioch A&P 
manager and A. Ititchcy, sales 
department. 




JULIA CHONIS, Democratic cattidaio for county auditor, and 
Michael Hawlclt, candidate tar Auditor of Public Aceountt, wcro two 
of tho guciti at a recent Cilltons for Kcrncr dinner. Pictured are, 
icalcd, tho Govornor't mother and liitar. Handing, Mm. Chonii, Mr. 
Howlett and Bella Hrifaor. Mn. Norman Ncyna it seated at the oxtromo 
right. 



Olive Hallwas, John C. Bea- 
truds, M. Sysuki. M. D., (Tok- 
yo Ambulance Hospital As- 
sociation), Arthur Laurscn, 
Nellie Brogan and Family, El- 
mer C. Gascon, John Licb, 
Mary J. Brandt, Fred Rep- 
pert, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Col- 
Icrcio, Mr. and Mrs. Victor 
Lubkcman in memory of 
Wes Reeves. Jr.. II. J. Gcnt- 
zen. John inkfcr.s in memory 
of Wes Reeves, Jr., Norshorc 
Resort, Frank J. Smith, Mrs. 
Dorothy Tague, Mr. and Mrs. 
Laddie Masck in memory of 
Mrs. Bernard Hughes, Joseph 
and Helen Dzrekonski in 
memory of Anton Dzrekon- 
ski, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rhy- 
mer, John DcBocr, Glen 
Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Roger 
Andrews in memory of Otto 
Ha nke, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jos- 
eph Horton in memory of 
Olio Hankc, Sr., 

Harold Soladay, Wanda and 
Russ Barthcl, Wllda and 
lllyth Muir, Bob and Marly 
Jonas in memory of Jean 
Smith, Ralph Fields, Emil 
Carlson,' Ed . and Evelyn 
Strang in memory of Otto A. 
i I ankc. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray 
I, ore nz in memory of Otto A. 
Ilanke, Sr„ Mr. and Mrs, 
Cordon DeBocr in memory of 
Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and 
Mrs. Roy Nelson in memory 
of Mrs. Harry Smith, William 
Paschkc, Kunigundc Skcidc. 
Joseph Rachor, Mrs. A.. M. 
Vauderkloot, R. E. Jacobscn, 
Mrs. Nell F. Brown, Robert 
Kraft, Kenneth Schwanbcck. 

Alex G. Paul, Mrs. M. P. 
Tima, George Gayuor, Otto 
and Florence Hankc, Ace 
Hardware No-. 103, Mrs. Mac 
Drijc, J. Van Einpcl, Gino B. 
Picchclti. W. C. Frohmeicr, 
Nicholas Ryan, 



Fred C. Reld, 51 years old, J 
of 4222 Mulligan, Chicago; 
was struck and killed by. Va 
Soo Line train Friday night, 
September 25, on ■ Route 173, 
near Antioch. 

Reid was on his way to 
visit his sister, Mrs. Sadie 
Reeder of Antioch, when the 
accident occurred. He was 
driving west on Rt. 173. The' 
northbound train struck his- 
car at 8:50 p.m. The flash- 
ing lights at the crossing 
were In operation, according 
to police. 

field's car . was pushed 
about 150 feel by the impact 
and ...demolished, according 
to police. He was alone; in 
the car. 

Hold was born February 
4, 1013, at Cando, North Da 
kota. He had served in the . 
Scabees during World Waf-fl- 
and held membership iir Gen- 
eral Leonard Wood Post No 
143 V.F.W. Post in Chicago 
He worked for the city of 
Chicago as a pipe filter and 
held membership In the Pipe 
Fitters Association Local 507. 

Reid had resided in Chi- 
cago for the past 26 years. 
He was preceded in death by 
his wife, Beatrice, 3 years 
ago. 

< Ho is survived by one 
daughter, Christine, 14 years 
old; three brothers, Mike 
Reid, Palos Heights, Paul and 
Forrest -Reid, both of Chi- 
cago; four sisters, Mrs. Helen 
Whitman, Chicago, Mrs. Jen- 
nie Mastny, Chicago, Mrs. 
Sadie Reeder, 1013 Bishop 
St., Antioch and Mrs. Fayc 
Dlx, Cando, North Dakota.. 

Funeral services were hetd 
Tuesday, Sept. 20, in Chicago, 
wltii interment at Acacia 
Park Cemetery in Chicago. 
Local arrangements were 
made by the Strang Funeral 
Home. 



Local Seaman 
Aids In Rescue 

; USCGC. OWASCO— Coast 
Guard .Commander Robert 
Arthur Schulz, son of Mr! 
Charles A. Schulz of Route 5, 
Autlocii, participated Sept. 12 
as a crowmombcr aboard the 
Coast Guard Cutter Owasco 
in the rescue of 33 merchant 
seamen from the fire ravaged 
freighter SS Globe Explorer 
[in the Atlantic 360 miles 
southeast of New York. 
|- .Owasco carried the surviv- 
ors to New London, Conn,, 
■tor medical attention. 
(Globe Explorer caught fire 
on Sept. 11 and Owasco was 
directed to aid in rescue op- 
erations. 

]■'-. The fire was put out and 
itiic hiilk of the merchant ship 
Was placed under tow by the 
Coast Guard Cutler Chero- 
kee, an ocean going tug. Liter 
In (he evening of Sept. 13 the 
tow Hue broke during high 
Winds and rough seas caused 
■by the bfirricaii Ethel amb 
he tropical storm Dora. Four 
pen. Jrom the Cherokee and 
vMr^ 'cre.wmcmbcrs of the 

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Jol 

Fund Grows 



Keulman ft Barnes 
Roll High Series 

Bill Keulman. with a G3| 
series, and Helen llarnes, 
with a 543 series, scored I lie 
high scries for men and 
women last week to become 
automatic entries in t lie All 
Star Elimination tournament 
at Country Lanes in Lake 
Zurich. 

Bill had the high series in 
the Men's Majur league last 
Friday; Helen scored her win- 
ning games in the Ladies 
Classic league Monday. night. 
The entries in the tournament 
were provided by the Anli- 
och Bowl. 

Helen rolled a big 031 in 
(lie Antioch Mixed league 
Sunday night. 



lobe : Explorer, were puT 
board the merchant ship to 
bid in the towing. 
i Cherokee is standing by to 
resume towing operations 
when storm conditions per- 
mit. 



Three A.C.H.S. 

Students Honored 

Three students who gradu- 
ated from the Antioch Com- 
munity High School iu June 
1064, were recently honored 
by their selection as James 
Scholars at the University of 
Illinois: 

Jerry Howard Burke of 
405 Orchard Street, Antioch, 

Stanley E. Sutherland of 
HI Hickory Drive, Linden- 
hurst, and 

Norbert Francis Woltcr of 
Route 5, Box 420, Antioch. 

Undergraduate s indents 
who arc outstanding In abil- 
ity and ambition may be des- 
ignated as Edmund J. James 
Scholars and, as such,, may 
enroll in any undergraduate 
program of the University. 
The privileges a .lamed schol- 
ar enjoys include honor 
courses, honor programs, 
prc-rcgisl ration, acccsss lo 
the library slacks, competi- 
tive advantage for various 
graduate awards, and the use 
of private study rooms and 
lounges. 



By LI1 B.rdiell 

$140.00 has been deposited 
Into the Lake Villa Hank for 
the Johnny Torri Fund ac- 
count. ■ 

Approximately throe weeks 
ago, four good hearted help- 
ing hands, • Irma Jean Attes- 
tant, Iris Dorner, Winsor Dal- 
gaard and Rosalie Stiles, start- 
ed the Johnny Torri fund to 
raise money to pay for a ser- 
ies of operations and hospital 
bills, v 

Eleven-year-old Johnny 
Torri needs I he operations to 
help restore the damage done 
to his face when he was ac- 
cidentally shot a short lime 
ago. Plastic surgery is' need- 
ed and although Johnny has 
spent many days In the hos- 
pital already he has many 
more days to spend there. 

Hospital and doctor 'bills 

^can become' quite large and 

Johnny's parents. Mr. and 

Mrs. Joe Torri of Lake Villa, 

are -.without .insurance. 

The committee - of "four 
have made it their business 
to go out and raise the money 
to hclp'this unfortunate fam- 
ily with the expenses. 

Up to date donations have 
been received from people 
iu Zion. Waukegan, Grays- 
lake, and Lake Villa. Accom- 
panying the donations arc 
little notes all wishing Johnny 
a speedy recovery. 

Canisters for the Johnny 
Torri fund have been set up 
at various business estab- 
lishments such as Kraters 
Lake Villa Drugs, Bob & Mag- 
gie's Town Club, Dalgaard's 
Certified, Sherry's Liquors, 
John SIovc's Bakery, Frank- 
ten Drugs, Dick's Drive In, 
Fred Malcr's Garage, and 
Johnson's Variety Store, all 
of Lake Villa and Linden- 
hurst. 

Although the fund has 
started (o grow, much more 
is needed and (he committee 
asks anyone who wishes to 
donate to this worthy cause 
to send donations lo the 
Johnny Torri Fund, P. O. Box 
176. Lake Villa, or drop their 
donations at any one of the 
various places where the 
canisters are. 



School sparking 'lota 

• 'Homecoming football game 
starts with ^thb sophomore 
team game at -12:30 ip^m^Sat-' 
urday, ^followed' iby ^thc^tr^ 
flityjgame. 'The Antioch rSe-1 
quoits will meet ithe Grant 
Bulldogs. - \. f i 

'Homecoming dance starts 
at p.m. in the school gy in 
with music by the -Ins t r ume h-' 
tajists. The Queen will be 
crowned during Hie evening; 
.":?Thc names of ;tho Queen 
and her court will be select- 
ed and announced ahead of 
time this year, so that they 
may take a larger part In the 
Homecoming 'activities, The 
name of the Queen wilt be 
announced Monday, October 
5, at the school, 

' Student Council I president 
Briice Dalgaard will be Mas- 
ter of Ceremonies at the pep 
rally Friday night. 

The Alumni Reception on 
Sunday. October 11, will start 
with a program at 3 p.m. A 
skit planned and directed by 
Ken Smouse and the Palette, 
Masque & Lyre will be pre- 
sented, followed by a variety 
program featuring alumni 



disc jockey and a member 
of Hie class of '52, will be on 
the "program. Garnet Oddsen 
is chairman of the program 
committee. 

Following the afternoon 
program, reunions of indi- 
vidual classes will he held In 



separate 
cafeteria 



classrooms. Tho^ 
will servb as a : 
focal 3poinOTor^interclass~- 
gatherings, -jf-'.. v 

'Faculty members of pasQ 
years have tbeon invited and^! 
special ^tribute will ibe^paid' 7 
to "current; s iaeulty members 
with .long years -of iservlco, 

Displays of old /^pictures, 
record^, etc. are being > plan-, 
ncd. for -ithe school bulletin 
boards^iimUtrophy cases. . ! ^. 

The Alumni committee ox- ; 
tends an In vltatlbh for ievery i 
former student of Antioch- 
High ;School to return for 
Homecoming weekend. 



Webb Appointed 
To Appeals Board 

•Robert Webb, Antioch; (was 
recently appointed as it mem- 
ber of the Lake County Zon- 
ing Board of Appeals, 

The appointments arc made 
by County Board Chairman 
Kenneth Henkc from candi- 
dates submitted by the vari- 
ous supervisors. The appoint- 
ments arc then confirmed by 



the County Board. 
Ron Riley (Ron Scully), WLS1* Mr. Webb replaces Ben- 



jamin Genty, former chair- 
man of the Board of Appeals, 
who died recently, Tho Board 
is made up of the chairman 
and Tour members. 

Webb was recommended 
for the position by Antioch 
supervisor Lloyd Murrie. 



Demo Headquarters 
Open In Antioch 

The Antioch-tycwpurl Dem- 
ocratic Booster Club has 
opened a Democratic head-, 
quarters at 070 Main St. 

The headquarters is being 
operated so that all interest- 
ed parties may obtain explan- 
atory literature, bumper 
stickers, pins, and literature 
on all Democratic candidates 
on the national, state ami 
county level. 

The hcaquartcrs will be 
opened daily, and anyone 
wishing further information 
may do so by calling the 
headquarters, 395-3981. 



New Motel Near 
Bristol Planned 

A DU-unit motel, to be built 
at the intersection of High- 
ways <lt ami fid in Bristol 
township, Is In the planning 
stage, 

. The plans include a restau- 
rant swimming pool and ser- 
vice -station in addition to 
the motel. Howard Johnson 
enterprises will build and op- 
crate I he tourist center. 




loch GOP s 
Hold 3rd Annual 
C, Larson Day i 



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Horan Resigns As 
Service Officer of 
Antioch Legion Post 

Floyd Horton was recently 
appointed as Service Officer 
of Antioch I'ost No. 748 of 
the American Legion, to fill 
the vacancy created by the 
resignation of John L. Horan. 

Horan also resigned as 
Secretary of Home. Inc.. of 
Post No. 7-18. All correspond- 
ence and Inquiries may be 
directed to Edward Frazicr, 
adjutant, or to Donald Gas- 
ic-H, coauuajader, . 



0. Hughes Retires * 
From Antioch P.O. 

Oliver Hughes, Feltcr's 
subdivision, Antioch, is re- 
tiring from the Antioch post 
office after 38 years of ser- 
vice. 

Ollle's retirement starts on 
November 1. However, he 
has accumulated so much un- 
used vacation time in his 
years with the postofficc that 
he is now on vacation, ami 
will be on vacation until Ills 
ict home n l starts. 

Ollle worked as clerk in 
(fro- Antioch I'ost Office for 
12 years, then became a 
rural mail carrier on Route 
'A, west of Antioch. , He has 
served as a carrier on that 
route ever since. 



Led by Sheriff Charles 12. 
Larson, a special committee 
made an ou-t he-spot investi- 
gation of tho progress on the 
new addition lo the George 
Diamond Country Club Steak 
House, locale of the October 
7th Anlioch Township Repub- 
lican Club's third annual par- 
ty honoring the sheriff. 

The addition, which will 
increase lite capacity of the 
dining room by some- 50 per- 
cent, is completely enclosed 
and the necessary equipment 
lias been installed in place, 
and while tho final decora- 
tions may not be finished, 
diners will be comfortably 
accommodated In the new 
room. 

This increases the capacity 
of Diamond's to some 1)00 
persons, and on Hie basis of 
■this, club president Horton 
has released an additional 
small quantity of tickets to 
enable up to BOO persons to 
attend the fun and festivi- 
ties, among whom will be 
practically all the political 
leaders of the county and 
state; as well as big guns from 

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the business world. To avoid 
crowding, this is the limit 
which lias been placed on 
guests. 

The golf greens and fair- 
ways arc in excellent condi- 
tion, thanks to the recent 
welcome rains and cool 
weather. For those who en- 
joy swimming, lite healed, 
pool is right up to tempera- 
ture. After a steak dinner 
in the evening, George .faros 
and his baud will provide 
music for the dancers until 
the wee hours. 

Hob Milton, Lake County 
Republican Central Commit- 
tee Chairman, in a late report 
lo president Horton, advised 
that since no contrary report 
lias been received. Senator 
Everett M. Dirksen is expect- 
ed to be the main speaker of 
the evening. 

Late ticket seekers should 
contact Hill Brook at Hie 
Antioch State Hank or Loren 
Sexauer at the Scxauer 
Agency, Antioch. 

MoVton and Harry Stern 
arc the other members of 
Larson's committee. 



Talent Wanted For 
50th Anniversary 

Anyone interested in par- 
ticipating iu the talent show 
at- Antioch Community High 
School next Sunday, October 
II, is asked to appear at the 
high school auditorium at U 
p.m. on Thursday. October B. 
Auditions will be held at that 
time. 

Ken Smouse is in charge of 
the show. 




THIS IS THE PLACET Committee members President Herbert Hor- 
ton, Sherilf Charles E. Larson and Publicity Director Harry Storn daft 
to right) point out the entrance to the George Diamond Country Club, 
whore the third Annual Sheriff Charles E. Larson Day will be held 
Wednesday, October 7th. George Diamond, golf tycoon, is standing 
its mart 



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Even the (1yc(l-iii^ho-wo(yKjpai'ty tiienibcp^ 
who vote a strai^ht^ticUet regai'dless of the carii 
ididutesare going to have todo.ii little-extra work 
when fchey goto the polls on November <l ThoHeJ 
who split votes will be faced with a itruly monu- 

monMy^k, ■.'.'■""-■' ; v ;* . -J-ii 

i ■' ^iie^Piiesiclcntia^raee will be-of first iin|ioitt-i 
ahce tprtnnstiof the votors,| of courae. In Illinois; 
paitieulaiiy, the populai' choice. ^f or Jprcsidentj 
this yeaj;; 'has a* Ijettei'-thau-average chance ito : 
carry s^ne noi-sd-ptipnlar-cand idates into/ci^ice- 
on Itislcjtnittailf. . v. ,^.ffi?' 

/^■oi^IUi nb is voters will have>two niore ballots 
[()■ hiark in- nd<l|tionHo the ■luitlotparrying tlie 
names of the.iKitional and state of ficers — -the 
cont'iising and dlfhcult; vote for -members of the. 
sthte^iegislature and % blue balloticarryitig two 
amendmjcnts, to the State Oonstituticjii. 

I Illinois votci'sciin. take soiiie^comfort in the 
thought that they aroTcreatiug history— there has 
never before been an election-at-large for state 
legislating. >In one tell swoop, the entire Illinois 
House will bc'electeibwi.th each voter casting a 
vote on every member.'of that house. 

JJreviously, each voter cast a ballot -only for 
the legislators from his district. This year, he will 
vote for every member of the House-177 of them. 
'It would be impossible for each voter to be- 
come familiar with the record and qualifications 
of every candidate on the ballot. There, will be 
IIS candidates on the Democratic slate and IIS 
on the Republican slate. You may, if you like, 
voUHfor only llS -candidates, by marking a 
straight party ballot. Or you may vote for 177, 
splitting the ticket. If you undertake- to do this, it 
wilt require careful counting. If you vote for ITS, 
it's a spoiled ballot and your vote is thrown out. 

Having, voted for' national, state and county 
candidates, voters will then be asked .Unvote. on 
two amendments to the State Constitution, 

Because of the many candidates and proposi- 
tions to be voted on, many people who would 
normally split ballots to vote for a -very popular 
candidate, or against a very unpopular one, will 
give- up-jn confusion and vote a straight ticket. 
And some unpopular candidates for lesser offices 
will ride into office on the strength of a popular 
presidential uv governor candidate. 




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Who I'eel a word In the paper 

Triinstii'i'sslitn ;oj' privacy. 

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Without n- reviewing 

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This Item won't be printed! 
ANONYMOUS (naturally) 
At rtrst tflaneo one might 
think this to be a severe' 
critic of this column, but on 
second and closer look 11 be- 
comes more evident I hat my 
anonymous friend is an avid 
render and so I must answer 
this way; 

r Flie color of your hair re- 
ceived no mention, 
Your trip abroad was not 

"in" the column'. 
Hosting n party gaine'd no 

attention, 
Tli is made you very, solemn, 
Oh fret no more my "favored" 

friend 
If your name in print is your 

desire, 
All you have to do is send 
A Western Union Wire! 

This reader is probably 
correct in the final analysis 
of Who knows you, but it be- 
comes extremely difficult to 
write about things you have 
not seen or. heard anything 
about; so-o-o-o I shall turn up 
my hearing aid and have my 
specs checked *n sec if I can 
enlarge mv coverage. 1004. 
THE LATEST REPORT: 
If II bo a hobby center for a 
vacated Main St. store, if the 
grapevine hasn't gone sour 
..* . Jean Gresens Is officially 
a full-fledged scuba diver 
now. , . , "fwas a girl Tor the 
Jim Fields at the same time 
Jack and Sara were check- 
ing Mr. Stork's appointmciil 
calendar for sometime in. the 
spring . . . .Bud and Jean Bit- 
ler were seen looking over 



ihnt same date ibuok V , . 
SPNOTUS TO YOU \ M there 
ta any doubt ahput John Ka 
ika'ctslc's political fooHu^H,' \mt 
take a 'look at that hat !he!s 
huen weaving.. . . .If you're 
^nulbrlng^whalihappenud to 
iBig^Jdhn Tdrest's holluni fill- 
etiiifa|lpdu v 'lasl : ]Si»tur<lny, it; 
vviis. (lownod iby ;t wo IHViholea 
fouithe North side) : /. Now 
;< hey ;tell ine wtiiitRtliey were' 
serving; at it ho -opening bt, ttlui: 
billiard iparlor: why didn't 
somobodyglve ine lucue!! . . 
■;■ ,v, Moy! Ih»y! iidticeitlio of- 
J'lciency :tl!arH ; |Voiirihg out of 
it he -office now that fMrs. 
.(hisloii !ls ihaekl 
- Tl IN iLAS'F ^DltOr'-Sevorai; 
^lllngo Hoard . imeihbers nt-i 
tended the MunieipnT^ConveiK 
tloii;, in Chicago^ his past; 
weekend' ., ,. Gertinnd Wally 
Qoq'd wlnjjodto iTamalea Willi 
daughter " Triidy who ' its yiiv 
Ue lln ;Airllnes Stewardess >».j 
A< .;^uttlelnjit^has^titliht 
the: Cieorge Jni'rps' have beqn' 
looking at retirement 'homes 
, ; . cieorge and Sally -.-Haw-' 
^klus iietted lo^tlie^N. Y. 
World's Fair this ;last week- 
end. .. . . Looks Mike Hob 
Willon could 'use- that CHS 
Eve for his -TV watching. 
-HI!) YOU 1JEAH: Heller to 
slip with the' foot; than with 
the tongue! 

Slippery. 

Annie Mae, 




Letters to 
the Editor 



"nig iFoHn" Toresl ;gave 
n\vt»y4«iftccn iranfltaiofejp 
to .people swho camo ?to view 
thC'iiew^ljltiri ^models of iO\M 
mobiles ^and Ohovrolotflr 

'HegistrnUon of visitor 
went oh from ilnat Thursdny 
through Monday of this week, 
Tlie zSHfteon -winners L^werej 
Aniile HLeo 'Kimball, 410 S, 
Tliorinvood, Lake Villat J, 
Wohlfell, Rt„ B, llox; 300, An- 
tloeli; "ifohii ;'L, Tloran, 407 
Orchttrd;: Antloeh: Eurl Mielk,' 
7022&47th Ave;, Kdnoslioi 
WlsXErirel Nlemitolo^RtiM; 
HopHIOlV Trevor, Wls.jT, iE;| 
HcsliifsklU 410 Lake ^Sliorej 
Dv;i ^Llnddnluirstf ^Siaiitey 
Kiiktilkn.au. t, Rox lO^Hrls-! 
tol, ^Visj^il ^olkoskl. 1117, 
Rosewood, Ingleslde', III.;- 
' Mii Macy Noll, 209:Mtirielj 
;Road. Spring. Orove; .Bcttyl 
iKobelskl. Jlox i«24. Twlni 
^Lal{es;^Wls.: .Foseph^Noll, 200j 
Muriel Road Spring lGrovo;j 
Frank-; Johnson, ,;4tJl iCrcstj 
Lane, Antioch; Eldmiuul Ko- 
bovskl, 1(107 ll Lake Shore 
Drive, Chicago; Vernon 
Wehh. 10 1 Cheslnut, Wau-. 
kegim. and Raymond Slap- 
hert. 050 N. Main, Ant loch, j 



Turkey Shoot 
Sunday Al NIGC 

The Northern Illinois .Con- 
servation Club Is holding a 
Turkey Shoot on Sunday, 
Ocloher 4. at the club grounds 
about 3 miles west of Antioch 
on Route 173. 

The shoot will go on nil 
day. with turkeys, ducks and 
Cornish, hens the prizes for 
'(he best marksmen. 



ATTINOiNG TMtl^ 

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Courthouse Notebook 

BY LOU DURKIN ? 

county government, the Lake 



The long, expensive fight 
over whether .or not Lake 
County should have a new 
county, building in which In 
transact the expanding offi- 
cial business of a growing 
county with increasingly com- 
plex problems involves a 
vital principle of representa- 
tive government. 

One of the major conten- 
tions of the opponents of the 
courthouse plan is that the 
voters of .Lake County re- 
jected a proposal to issue gen- 
eral obligation bonds to fi- 
nance the construction of a 
new court house in 19f)8. 

The opponents contend that 
the voters rejected the whole 
idea of courthouse construc- 
tion regardless of the method 
of financing, while propon- 
ents of the courthouse main- 
lain that only the "method of 
financing was involved in the 
referendum proposition. 

Tills would seem like legal 
hairsplitting, but is is actual- 
ly the crux of the entire 
dispute. 

Assuming t lint additional 
facilities were needed at 
that time and this need would 
seem to be self-evident to 
anyone who visits the Lake 
County courthouse and sees 
slacks of public documents 
stacked in the halls and coun- 
ty employes working on tax 
records and other vital docu- 
ments "m the halls, the need 
today is even more acute 
since new departments have 
been added since 1958 and 
old departments have ex- 
panded, i 

It would seem logical, that, 
faced with a need of the 



-Comily Hoard of Supervisors 
as The chief law niuking and 
administrative body of the 
county would have the re- 
sponsibility of correcliug the 
problem. 

This is a responsibility of 
the supervisors as elected 
representatives of the people 
of Lake County. 

If the voters of Lake Coun- 
ty, perhaps rebelling against 
rising real eslate taxes, re- 
ject a proposition which 
Wotiltl raise these taxes still 
higher it-does not relieve the 
supervisors of their responsi- 
bility to eliminate a critical 
situation concerning the con- 
duct of county business. 

The decision to create the 
Lake County Building Com- 
mission to construct the new 
courthouse was not made in 
secret or in a smoke-filled 
rooln nor was it a hasty de- 
cision made without argu- 
ment and controversy. 

A substantial majority of 
tlie county board members 
representing all sections of 
the county, acting as the duly 
elected representatives of 
the people of Lake County, 
decided that a new county 
building was essential, that it 
should he built in Waukegan 
on the present site, and that 
it should be built with rev- 
enue bonds by the public 
building commission. 

Opponents to the plan were 
given not only their day in 
court, but a succession of 
days in a succession of courts. 

We fail to see where any- 
one was deprived of bis 
rights. 



If we are to submit every 
administrative decision to- a 
referendum we might as well 
do away with representative 
government, The size or the 
cost of a project should not 
determine if a referendum is 
to make the decision. 

The decision should be 

based on whether or not the 

county building is needed and 

the best way to accomplish it. 

sMSfllS 

The current political cam- 
paign lias produced a bumper 
crop of headquarters Tor can- 
didates around I he county, 
but the most unexpected is 
probably t h c Democratic 
Township. 

According to political leg- 
end this is tlie first time in 
over a century that enough 
Democrats have boon gath- 
ered in llic Antioch area to 
justify a headquarters. 

Republicans have estab- 
lished campaign "bases in al- 
most every section of the 
county and in most cases I hey 
serve as a clearing-house for 
all OOP candidates. 

According to reports from 
other sections of the state 
this has not been the case 
as a rule with Gubernatorial 
Candidate Charles Percy set- 
ting up independent offices 
separate from those manned 
by Sen. Harry Goldwater ad- 
herents. 

The frost may be on the 
puukin and the mariy-hucd 
leaves may be falling, but 
this docs not dampen the 
spirits of the Antioch Repub- 
lican Club for tlie Sheriff 
Charles Larson Day golf out- 
ing and dinner slated for 
George Diamond's on Oct. 7. 

Long Johns and coonskin 
caps may be the sartorial 
suggestion Instead of shorts 
and sun visors, but the club 
anticipates a big turnout for 
the event. 



September 25, 1004 
Dear Sir. 

As President of the Tav- 
ern Owners Association of 
Lake County and as an indi- 
vidual tavern owner I. wish 
to protest the proposal that 
the. legal operating hours for 
taverns licensed by the Coun- 
ty of. Lake be reduced one 
hour pei" day. 

Members' of (he Tavern 
Owners Association feel the 
proposal is.au unwarranted 
interference with their right 
lo conduct a legitimate busi- 
ness and that the reasons 
given fou the curtailment aye, 
capricious and unsubstanti- 
ated. 

It hns been suggested that 
closing taverns in I he county 
an hour earlier would re- 
duce, the number or traffic 
fatalities on our highways, 
but a check of highway re- 
ports shows no substantial 
relationship between closing 
hours and the accident rale. 
It has also been suggested 
that an earlier closing time 
wood give the county police 
more lime to check for vio- 
lators, but the elimination of 
closing limes entirely would 
remove this enforcement 
burden and give them more 
lime lo patrol the highways. 
Since the majority of the 
taverns in Lake County are 
famil>f-operated and family 
supported there would be lit- 
tle change in the operating 
policies of any taverns if the 
closing hours were eliminat- 
ed, but neither the Associa- 
tion nor the Individual' own- 
ers are asking for this. 

Tlie tavern owners ARE 
asking for a chance to make a 
fair return on their invest- 
ment and effort without un- 
reasonable restrictions. 

The tavern industry in 
Lake County paid $1 47.0.1 Fi 
in license fees to Ihe County 
of Lake while real estate 
taxes on county taverns for 
the county general fund alone 
amounted to over soo-.ooo. in 
addition a substantial portion 
of, tlie $174.2011 in county 
sales tax came from tavern 
sales. . 

Tavern operators are citi- 
zens and property owners In 
Lake County and the great 
majority of them ere quick 
to support their community 
projects. 

No other retail business in 
Lake County contributes 
more to tlie support of coun- 
ty government and to local 
civic activities and yet no 
other Industry or business 
operates with so many re- 
strictions and regulations. 

The Tavern Owners Asso- 
ciation of Lake Couqly will 
oppose this new restriction 
when il is presented again at 
the next meeting of Ihe Lake 
Count I Hoard of Supervisors. 
Ki Ser/ynski 

Events of Wednesday, Sept. 
43rd, Antioch, III. 
0:05 Henry C. age 40, suf- 
fered a heart attack. 
He died at 9:45 with- 
out medical attention. 
0:30 Mary V. cut her wrist 
with a- sharp knife 
severing an artery. 



She bled to death. 
10:1 5 Dale A., age 2, ranch- 
ed in the kitchen cup- 
board and drank 
cleaning fluid. .He 
died before he nr- 

- rived at a hospital for 

treatment. 
11:00 At Antioch High the 
football squad was at 
practice. Dob E. and 
Bill S. collided with 
such force as to knock 
Rob unconscious. With 
i , no doctor available to 

K come to the field, he 

i was moved by inex- 

I pcricnccd hands into 

the school building. 
A broken rib pierced 
'. his lung, Me was D. 

O.A, at the hospital. 
No, this did not actually 
happen . . . but could have on 
Wednesday, Sept. 23rd as 
there was not one doctor to 
be had in Antioch. There 
are well over five thousand 
men, women and children 
in the town during the day. 
I believe we should be able 
lo rely on ONE doctor stand' 
ing by for such emergencies. 
Isn't it possible that the doc- 
tors stagger their hours at 
the hospital so that they are 
not all away from the town 
at the same time? 

Talk it over, doctors. Many 
persons depend on you. 

Mrs. Anthony J. Scully 
Antioch, Hi. 



STATEMENT REQUIRED BY 
THE ACT JOE AUGUST 24,j 
1912, AS AMENDED BY THE) 
ACTS OF MARCH 3,^1933; 
JULY 2, 1946 AND JUNE 1 1, 
I9o0 (74 STAT. 208) SHOW-* 
ING THE OWNERSHIP/ 
MANAGEMENT, AND CIR- 
CULATION OF 
THE ANTIOCH NEWS, pub- 
lished weekly at Antioch, 
Illinois, Tor October 1, 1064; 

1. Tlur names and adr 
dresses' of the publisher, edi- 
tor, managing, editor, and 
business managers arc: 

Publisher, Mrs. M, E. Gas- 
ton, 0Fi4 Main; Antioch, III.- 

- Editor, Mrs, Pearl Kapcll, 
Channel Lake, Antioch, 111. 

Business manager, Howard 
Shcpard,- 0Fi4 Main, Antioch, 
III. 

2. The owner is (If owned 
by a .'corporation, Its name 
and address' must be stated 
and also Immediately there- 
under the names and ad- 
dresses or stockholders. own- 
ing or holding 1 percent or 
more of total amount of 
stock. If not owned by a 
corporation, the names and 
addresses of '.'.'the' '">lhtfividunl 
owners must. ,be . given,. '.._ jf 
owned by a partnership or 
other unincorporated' firm, 
Its name anil address, as well 
as that of each Individual 
member, must be given.) 

The Antioch News, Inc., 
028 Main Street, Antioch, III. 

Mrs. M. E. Gaston, 054 
Main St.. Antioch. Ill, . 

Harold Gaston, Petite Lake. 
Antioch. IN. 

Robert E. Gaston. 002 High- 
land Ave., Antioch, III. 

3. The known bondhold- 
ers; mortgagees, and other 
security holders owning or 
holding 1 percent or more oT 
total amount of bonds, mort- 
gages, or other securities are: 

NONE. 
• 5. The average number of 
copies of each Issue of this 
publication sold or distribut- 
ed, through the mails or 
otherwise., to paid subscrib- 
ers during the 12 months pre- 
ceding the date shown above 
was: 
A. Total No. copies 

printed 3000 

H, paid Circulation 
1. To term subscrib- 
ers . by mail, carrier, 
delivery or by other - 
means 1579 



2. iSnlcs jtlirbugh 7 ^ 
* agents, news .dealers; 
■or^othenviso 7 
C.i ?F4 ; e.e "distribution 
. including samples) 
iby mail, carrier dc-. 
•livery or ;byyither 
means 
D. Total No, of cop- 
ies distributed 
I certify that the 
ments made by 'mo nbove are 
correct "and complete. 
Howard Shcpard, Bus. Mgr. 



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Mrs. -Karl ITholmn) 'TliurberJ 
Turk Chester, Now York.iaml 
Mrs. Ronald (.furrl) Poison, 
Antlocti; "one sister, Mrs; Kote 
Polk, Tar/iinh, Ciillf.; 4 .grand- 
children and two groht-grahri- 
children, 

funeral' sorvices were' held 
at 11 a.m. on Monday at the 
Strang Funeral Home in- An- 
tlocti. Kev, Donald Cobb of 
the Antioch Methodist Church 
officiated. Interment was 
In Memory Gardens Cemetery 
at Arlington Heights. , 



llrmroi fitahmor and Stuart 
CfHid^itrootwognKhiatcM of 
Aiitluchrii Ugh tSchnol Svlur irc : : 
luriiudltoitiie rlUiJIi School ; :im 
lonchors. - - ■" 
i' Metviii-'Stllltiair ninMEImo 
KiKViii'ds-. wore ilbiieliliig M itlie: 
tfomKtj^it'friiic/itti^oildbod.^nH 
.SUiliiMoi-weru fltiidenlfi, au(! 
IdhI ^tlio; young men Jin ithelr: 
^InHsaHl :^Hotli iiiiGii vnrc^iHtlH 
on jllieifaculty *nt ^Ahtloch! 
Ml&h Sclinol. jhi,. -addition,' 
ihey • iliuad the departments' 
In which 'Good and' Slahmer! 
flurye.- - £ ' •■' *-. ,| 

'- '"Sitiini-t "■■- Good graduated 
from -Antioch -lllgli School In 
lIMti. illlsipareiits niovctl 1 to 
Autiocliiin 1040 and iho "at-' 
lemlcihCirade School lYofVonc! 
year, 4tH«» ' Antioch #Hlyh 
School "fot'^foy.r yearg^'Ilo, 



Easier Seal Society 
Elects MoaMMbri 

.' Mri -William Mijw, Antlech, 
lin.s lieon elected as a board 
mcmhui- or the Lake 'County 
Kaslor Seal Snelly. 
• "The! services given to crip- 
pled children and adults a^ 
I lie . Lake. Counly Treatment 
Center must ho publicized,": 
said MivNow. il U is my job 
to acquaint the residents with 
these advantages. Some' of 
the little-known therapies 
provided are physical, occu- 
pational and speech therapy 
for stroke patients. 1 ' 



now teaches i metal working' In 
the HiidUHtrial Arts iDcpart- 
nitint. ^Molvln iStlilson Is 
head ;,of -It lie 'Industrial Arts 
Department, 

.'Bruce; (Stahmor graduated! 
from t Antioch lilgh School In 
1953, "His family are^longi 1 
time ^residents of Antioch, 
and ,;'nei; attended ;«fAritiocli, 
schflpls^frbmi first .grade jup. 
Ho Toturned :to AntlocH .;as -a 
Biology teachor. Elmo ;Ed-| 
Wards,sWho formerly ihadjhoth; 
the, men In h'is classes, .-heads 
the ^Science 1 department; ': 



ropor^rorloriso d ^by Harold jO, : 
Swank, director, of jitho III 
Doptrrof Public Aid; 
! However; theiald rolls were 
up lhlcbmparlaon with ;J uly, 
\lW04lBfJ63 '(porions rccelvi 
edjald ln!JulyVlB04;Mhe July 
♦10e3|rafleload wal-417i4l3. 
^ ifri Lake ^County Inliluly, 12,- 
fiOO persons 'received a ntotal; 
of $135,785m- H 

; By 'the time 'n' 'family '.nc- 
quires a host egg Ihese/days, 
Inflation ^htis turned M Into 
chicken feed, v ^ ^ '" 



Brandy iAbear 17*133— 201 
Bflliyimilgglns W> !90^1$»if^ 



Betty O^H»g«lns 98- 90— 18« 
JefferyPedeHcn 97- 88-185 
Grogilrlcksen ni-Ufie-^Wi 



RobtlMawn ^fjfll80i-i75 
Mike )Ly tie \ 88^86-rl72 1 
BpBurni );; 90- 79-480 
Iiarry;Erdman 94- 73— 187 




TWO ANTIOCH HIGH SCHOOL alumni, Sluatt Goad and Bruce 
StaHmoVrnow o»» teachers at Iho ichoot. They're ttiewn here with two 
af lhalrtnirructart during high ichool yuan, now thair co-worker^. 
Loft to tight, Stuart Good, Malvln Stllltori, llm'o Edward* and Bruce 
Stahmor. 



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DEATH NOTICES 

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HAROLD J. LYNN 

-Mr, , Ma.told J. Lynn, fill 
years old of Lake I'lizahetii, 
near Twin LukeK, Wis., pass- 
ed away suddenly from a 
heart attack at f):3() p.m.. on 
Friday, Sept. 2B, at his home. 
He. was horn March 21, 19(111 
In Chicago and resided (here 
unlil moving lo Hrislol in 
1940, Ihen .lo Trevor. Camp 
Lake, Wis., for one year and 
to Twin Lakes in I1M72. 

He married Irene. C. Nord 
on August 22, 1 029. In Chi- 
enfjo. Mr. Lynn was working 
as a welder for I he Sterling 
Co. at Richmond. 

His survivors are his wife. 
Irene, Ihree sons, .luck II., 
Wilniol, .Ferry It., Arlington 
Heights, and Patrick W. Lynn. 
Pomona, Cnllf.: four grand- 
children, and his parents, 
John and Margaret Lynn, 
Franklin Park, 

Funeral services were held 
at a'.m. DST Monday at 
Strang Funeral Home in An- 
tioch. 

RICHARD G. CARSON 

Mr., Hiehard 0. Carson, 74 
years old of llwy. 173 near 
Antioch, passed away Wed- 
nesday, Sept. 23, in a Wauke- 
gnn hospital after a throe 
month illness. 

He was horn Jan. I, 1800 In 
Chicago where he resided 
until moving to Datavla, then 
moved to Channel Lake in 
1950. He operated the Kit 
Carson Sporting Good Store 
at Channel Lake from 1950 to 
1957, and more recently had 
heeu employed as a clerk in 
Klass Men's Store in Antioch. 
Fie had been a commercial 
illustrator for Mycr*Hooth in 
Chicago for many years pre- 
vious to moving to the Anti- 
och area. 

He Is survived by his wife, 
May, two granddaughters. 
Karen and Connie Carson, Da- 
tavla, and one daughter-in- 
law, Mrs. Walter (Helen) 
Riedesel, Batavla. 

He was preceded in death 
by two sons, liussell and 
Richard Carson. 
" Funeral services were held 
at 11 a.m. Friday in the 
Strang Funeral Home in An- 
tioch. Interment was in West 
Batavla Cemetery at Bst- 
tavla. Rev. Donald Cobb of 
the Antioch Methodist Church 
officiated at the services. . 

EDNA L. CRAGG 

Mrs. Edna L. Cragg, 77 
years -old of 109 Washington 
St., Inglesido, III., passed 
away at 9:10 p.m. on Satur- 
day, September 20. at her 
home after a long illness. 
She was born June 14, H1U7 



at Wiknot, Wis. She moved 
lo Silver Laffc, Wis..- for 13 
years before moving to In- 
gleslde 42 years ago. She 
and her late husband cele- 
brated their 55th wedding 
anniversary last . May. . She 
was preceded In death by 
her husband James Cragg on 
September 11, 1904, also by 
an Infant and a granddaugh- 
ter previously. 

She Is survived by two 
sons. Howard and Harold 
Cragg. both of Ingloside: fqur 
daughters, Mrs. Norman (Lor- 
raine) Alwardt, CJ ages Lake, 
Mrs. Dan (Lucille) Shcahan, 
Sycamore, Mrs. Lillian Stone, 
Seattle, Wash., and Mrs, Al. 
(Evelyn) Casscl, Round Lake 
Park: one sister, Mrs. Paul 
(Lera) Krinknuin, Silver Lake, 
Wis., and It grandchildren. 

Funeral services were held 
at 1 1 a.m. on Tuesday at tho 
Strang Funeral Home In An- 
tioch. Interment was in Sa- 
lem Mound Cemetery at Sil- 
ver I,ako, Wis. Rev. Stephen 
Liddicoat of the United Pro- 
testant Church at Grayslakc 
officiated at the services. 

AVON G. ZENOR 

Avon G. Zcnor, 70, Petite 
Lake Road, Lake Villa, passed 
away at 2:00 p.m. Friday, Sep- 
tember 25 at St. Thercsc Hos- 
pital, Waukegan, where he 
had been a patient for 13 
weeks. 

Funeral services for Mr. 
Zcnor wt-.v h"M Monday af- 
ternoon at 3 o'clock at the 
Strang Funeral Home in An- 
tioch, with the Rev. Virgil 
Smith or the Lake Villa Com- 
munity Methodist Church of- 
ficiating. 

Mr. Zcnor was born Jan. 
8, 1088, at Hennepin, Illinois, 
the eldest son of Robert E. 
and Alice Wood Zcnor. He 
was married Oct. 10, 1910,, 
to Daysc Brink of Hennepin, 

Mr. Zenor was manager of 
the Wyanet Grain and Sup- 
ply Co., Wyanet, III., for a 
number of years, During 
World War II he was an em- 
ployee of Douglas Aircraft, 



DesPlalnes. Before retire- 
ment In 1956 he was a cow- 
tester for the Lake County 
Farm Bureau; lie moved 
from Ottawa to Lake Villa In 
1942. He is a member of 
Lake Villa Methodist church. 

Surrviving arc his wife: one 
son, "Robert H. Zcnor of Lake 
Villa; two brothers, Harold J. 
Zenor of Ottawa, and Zens 
W. Zenor . of Lake Villa; three 
sisters, Mrs. Henry Bongos, 
Mrs. Elmer Milter, and Mrs. 
Charles Munks, all of Oltawa, 
and- a number of nieces and 
nephews'. He was preceded 
in death by his parents. . 

Interment was hi Angola 
Cemetery in Lake Villa, of 
which ho was caretaker for a 
number of years, 

WILLIAM G. KINNISON 

Mr. William G. Kiunisnn. 
85 years old of Loon Lake 
near Antioch, and Wallace, 
Michigan, passed away on 
Friday, Septy 25. al 2:30 p.m. 
at the home of his daughter, 
Mrs. O. R. Eggers at Wallace, 
Mich., after a two week illness 
duo to a heart ailment. He 
was born April 8. 1879 in 
Baton Rouge. Louisiana, and 
had resided in Vicksburg. 
Miss., and Shreevcport. Louis- 
iana, before moving to Chi- 
cago In 1937. 

He had made his home In 
the summers with Mrs. O. R. 
Eggers at Wallace, Mich., ami 
his winters with his daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Ronald Poison at 
Loon Lake. Mr. Ktuuison 
hold membership in the 
Vicksburrg Methodist Church 
and the Modern Woodmen of 
America. He had operated 
several restaurants in Missis- 
sippi, had been the head clerk 
at W. T. Farley stores in 
Vicksburg, and his last occu- 
pation was Clerk at Poison 
Food Stores In Chicago. 

He was preceded in death 
by his wife, llattie, on Sept. 
2, 1959. 

Survivorrs are one son. Wil- 
liam C. Ktuuison, Wallace; 
three daughters, Mrs. O. It. 
(Elizabeth) Eggers, Wallace, 



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Foil Luncheon next Monday. ' ,. 



Allans Promotion — 
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M vs. Irene/ V. Noble ol' It. 
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fur (lie- company's. Norih 
Shore- division. She >\vas for- 
merly a supervisor nf opej;.- 
alofsin Hie Waiduisartjifrice. 

■"!. Horn in Chica^o.^ Mrs. 

.'Noble joined Hie company 

as an operator and has serVed 

.in- a number ol' supervisory I 

positions durinn her'H yc-ars 

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an Spring , 
Wedding 

Mr. ami Mrs. Edward 
r'ra/.ier. inii7 SpalTord St.. 
Anilnch. announce Ihe' cn- 
Haueineut ol I heir daughter, 
Kathleen, to Dennis Green, 




The members til" the Wom- 
en's Society lor Christian 
Service, Methodist • Church ol' 
Antioch, will travel to Allen- 
dale School for Boys in Lake 
Villa.' following their rojudnr 
meeting Wednesday, October 
7. at -Jj&K) p.m. 

The purpose of the trip is 
two-fold. The Women's Soci- 
ety plans, to tour the. build- 
ings -and grounds at Allen- 
dale and will meet with and 
hear Mr. I ltd hi rd A. Luavell, 
Allendale's director. , Mr. 
Le'avell joined the school on 
•Inly I. upon the retirement 
of Clare Appleby. 

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Mr. Leavell is expected to 
speak on Ihe problems of care 
aiitl rebabililalion of boys 
who evidence vliarader dis- 
orders of a nature that pro- 
hibit them from aitondiue, 
public school and otherwise 
fuuclionin.e in the commun- 
ity. He will explain how Al- 
lendale has had to adjust its 
program mer (lie years in 
order, to meet Ihe needs of 
the kinds of hoys being re- 
ferred today. Me will note 
through actual case histories 
of -boys win they canunl yet 
along in their eoinmuuilies 
or natural I mines and need 
placement, for a period ol 
time. 

The WSCS ftill meet in 
Allendale's new playroom 
til veil to the school by lb" 
Wilmetle Optimal Chili, 1\>I- 
lee and dessert will lie scned 
bv the members ol *.ertiMdi> 
Circle, of which .Mrs. O. \% 
Turner and Mrs. Clarence 
Olson are co-chairmen. 



To Wed in 
December 

Mr. and Mrs. William V, 
Aim of Antioch ait'nunncc Ihe 
engagement and approaching 
marriage of their daughter, 
Judith; lo Robert Karl, .U*.. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 



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To Benefit 
Antioch Pod 

AMyle islu>w=ofltiie.ihte8t 
iiiVfinttliilnojfushloits from the 
exclusive "Skunra" shop lh 1 
Keittwha will boithef higlijlght 
of thc^mniual 'fall -luncheon; 
blithe Antioch ^Woman's Club' 
on Monday, (Mobor 5. 

Tlteluueh and fashion .show: 
will A>e a Jbonef It ^for -the An-! 
"tibeli ;swimining ^pool.j'Guests; 
are weleqhic, and inrcnibors 
are Uirgoil "to make . reserya* 
tions with "Mrs. -Leonard ?Rob» 
Uu and Mrs. Anton Stanich; 
':•; The affair will'be hold at 
the Illinois 'Beach State /Parte 
Lodge. Professional niqdefs 
wilt ^display The high style 
fashions shown. 




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spoke on 
jfPreftderiit ilRobert iSottnen 
conducted the business meet- 
ing. A book fair and ice cream 
social to ifoe held October 5 

A '!ff^«#S, ^Each aeachor was given;** 
to-ihohor 4nc ?Past Governors 

and the Past Senior Regents 




Judith Attn 

Hart. St., of Crass Lake. 

The wedding is planned for 
Saturday. December Sib. 
■ Miss Aim and Mr. Mart are 
both lti()2 graduates of AMI- 
neli tilgjj School 



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Kathleen Fraiicr 

son of Mrs. .Kalherine Creen 
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Miss Kra/.ter is a I.Hi.'J grad- 
uale of Anlioch Conuuuni>> 
High School. Mr. (.recn is 
in Ihe V. S. Navy and is sta- 
tioned in Hawaii. 

A spring wedding is being 
planned. 



Joyce ties Sponsor 
Toy Party 

The Lake Ucginn .laycettes 
are sponsoring a Toy Party 
Monday. October l!», al the 
Antioch Sa\ing,s and Loan at 
II p.m. Mrs. Whitney will 
be I lie demoiislralor. lie- 
fresh me nl.s will be served and 
there will be a drawing for 
a door prize. Kver>one is 
urueil lo come and j.;et an 
early start on their Christmas 
shopping. < 

The new officers 'for Ihe 
Jaycettes, mixihiry of the 
l^ike Heuion Junior Cham- 
/her of Conuncrie are, Mrs. 
Kdward Jliun. president; Mrs. 
Harold Wilson, vice-presi- 
dent: Mrs. Ro^er Plechaty, 
secretary, and Mrs. Donald 
Lubkentan, trca^urec. 



G\A.A. Officers 
Attend Convention 

Officers of the Cirls" Ath- 
letic Association at Antineh 
UiRh School attended a con- 
vention al Itoeklord West 

I Mull School on Saturday, Sep- 
tember lili. Jane' Homier, 
l.ynn Kox, Kathy Lessard and 
Janis Miklautch were the of- 
ficers rcpresenline, Autiocli. 

'All those alb'iidine were 
invited lo join in an open dis- 
cussion on bow to run an 
active organization. 

Ilaseliall captains elected 
last week are Itarb Casella. 
IMIv ('heel ham. Cheryl Mey- 
er. Karen Lombard, Carol 

II r i ba r, I 'a I Neath, Cay 
Mnilm and Sue Limlblad. 

The (I.A.A. is sponsoriiie, 
a bake sale at Lyons & Ityau 
uurai'e on Oclober >\, 



(trade School I>T A 
Honors Teachers 

The first, nieeliuu of Ihe 
year for Hie Antioch Crade 
Sehool I'TA w;is held Septem- 
f her HI at tt p.m. 

J Shirley' Jensen. *ice presi- 
dent. ser\ed ;is chairman in 
Hie ;ihsi'iice of president .lean 
Williams. Three eighth m'ade 
te;icli.rs, Mrs. Lorctta Hart. 
Mrs. I.orin Volk and Mrs. 
Margaret Asclienbreiiiier. 

were honored. Other teach- 
ers will he honored al subse- 
i|ucn| inclines. 

Superiiiteiidenl II i c h a r d 
Wliilacre introduced oilier 
members of the" lacutly and 
the school ho;ird. 

Mr. Nix. a ineinber of At- 
lonu'v Ceui'ral Clark's office. 
spoke on "Consumer r'raud." 
Mr. Nix pointed out some of 
the things Hie pulilic should 
lie aware of when purchas- 
uiii bv I'ontract. 

A dessert bullet \v;is si-rv- 
ey hy I'.euTly Sorenson. 
.laiuee Iliuil. Kthel Herman. 
Louise Camp a u d oilier 
eighth j^nult* moHii'is. 



WESLEY EVENING CIRCLE 
By Del Jdincke 

The Wesluy I'A'euiuu Circle 
of the Anlioch Methodist 
Church will hold their regular 
meeting at the Kobeit Jensen 
lioine on Thursday, October 
II. at II p.m. Mrs. Robert 
Wilton will conduct Ihe. De- 
votions. The program will 
be "Money— A Tool for l''u!- 
filhnent," presented by Mrs. 
Kenneth Smousc. wilh a 
uroup discussion aJterwartls. 
Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Wiltuu 
will be the hostesses. 



CHRIST LUTHERAN 
CHURCH NEWS 

Chrisl Lutheran Church 
Salem. Wis. received 47 new 
persons into membership this 
pasl Sunday, Sept. 27. Pas- 
tor Ah in i'iulie reported thai 
Hirer adults were receivHl 
by ttaptism: eu.lit by adult 
continuation; and .the re- 
mainder by transfer and re- 
newal of ncliu 1 membership. 
A fellowship lin.iL* follow ed 
the ser\ice a v e r coffee, 
punch, and cookies provided 
by Ihe Senior Choir, 

A new adult memhership 
inquirer's class will becju al 
!»:iri a.m. Sunday. Oct! 11, 
in the pastor's study. 

Sunday School Hnlly Day 
with the pnuiinfinii of the 
120 pupils into LI new class- 
es will lie this Sunday, Oct. 
4, at U;15 a.m. 



WEST COAST— Hpger ; T. 
Stankus. radamiaii seaman, 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Murtin Stankus of Route 3, 
Antioch, is participating in 
n training operation called 
"Exorcise Union Square" off 
I ho coast of California with 
the staff of Cruiser-Destroyer 
Flotilla Seven. 

SEVEN Til U. S. ARMY, 
—Specialist Four Craig J. 
Kasel, 20, son' of Raymond J. 
KascI, 1010 Spafford St., Anti- 
och, and other members of 
the Seventh U, S. Army, are 
participating in Exercise 
FALLEX 04, tan eight-day 
NATO .directed and control- 
led training exercise in Ger- 
many, ending Sept. 28, 

The bi-annual exercise Is 
designed to test and evaluate 
coordination procedures and 
command communications 
within the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization (NATO) 
military structure in Europe. 
Orders and communications 
between headquarters com- 
mand posts and the dissem- 
ination of information to 
lower headquarters are being 
stressed to insure maximum 
proficiency during the train- 
ing exercse. 

Specialist Kasel, assigned 
to the 540th Engineer Group's 
Headquarters Company, en- 
tered the Army in August 
1002, and arrived overseas In 
September 11303. 

He attended Antioch Town- 
ship High School and was em- 
ployed by Wallable Tool and 
Die Co., in Skokic, before en- 
tering the Army. 
f&ffi 

GREENVILLE, Miss.— Air- 
man Third Class Henry D. 
Goier. son of Mr. and Mrs, 
Peter J. Geier. of lit. 5, An- 
tioch, lias graduated from Ihe 
technical training course for 
new members of the Air 
Force Medical Service at 
Orccnvillo .AFR, Miss. 

Airman Geier, who studied 
basic hospilal procedures and 
emergency medical treat- 
ment, was selected for as- 
signment lo a medical unit 
at Truax Field, Wis. His 
unit furnishes services in 
support of the Air Defense 
Command mission of defend- 
ing the continental U, S. 
enemy air attack. 

He is a yraduale of Anlioch 
High School. 

MISAWA. Japan— Airman 
Third Class -hick A, Zuhor, 
Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack 
A. Zuhor of HL 4. Aniiocp, 
has arrived wilh his unit for 
a temporary duty tour al 
Cannon AFIl, N. M„ a Pa- 
cific Air Forces installation. 

Airman Zubor, a jet en- 
cjuc mechanic, came from 
Cannon AFIl. N. M. His unit 
normally operates there un- 
der I ho direction of the tacti 
cal Air Command iTAt'i, 
which provides firepower ami 
other air support for U.S. 
Army forces. 

The airman is a former 
student at Central II i'g h 
School, Paddock Lake, Wis. 



at an 'honorary dinner and 
dance held at the Antioch 
Moose SHomo yiaat n Saturday- 
night. ^Thc 4pa8t iQovernor^ 
present wore Lester Nelson, 
BorilNoble^Robrt rAvory^r^ 
sthuriiAndersonriCarl Scliles- 
aer and John Diipre. v | 
;.The ?Past Senior "Regents; 
present were May [ Palme r,i 
Jane' Meyer, ^Harriet'iGrewo^ 
Altec Young, Geraldine Mark 
and Gladys Schroeder. 
tfaiif"Male9ki; the present 
senior regent, was hostess for 
the evening. The iturkey dln^ 
nor w«s served buffet style 
and dancing followed by the 
music of the Twilighters. 
ATTENDS MECCA LEGION 

Arihur, Anderson attended 
the Mecca. Legion, ccromoh- 
ial I hat was held al thc'Zion- 
Bentou Moose Lodge last 
Sunday afternoon. 
WINNER LEGION 

The Winner Legion No. 74 
of the Moose, ceremonial will 
be held on Sunday, October 
4, »t the North Chicago 
Moose Home, There will be 
air enrollment of candidates 
at 2:J0 p,m, and dinner serv 
ed family style at 5:30 p,m 



to ipurchase library books of 
her €cholce;^Prbf its; of HHe* 

Book Fair will also be 'used 
to purehaso 'books for ihe 
school library. 

All parents who., were pro-: 
sent from the newly annexed 
Hickory School District were 
introduced. Teachers -present 
introduced i themselves. — - 
; Mrs; Donald iSablo was in 
charge of the evening's pro- 
gram. s.:-r .- y ./r 



Girl Scouts Meet 
At Lindenhurst 

The Sequoyah Neighbor- 
hood Girl Scouts. Association 
of Antioch and Lake Villa 
will meet on October 7 at 8 
p.m. at the Llndciihurst. Civic] en Zelen.iSecretary 
Center. 

T)ie Blucbook and by-laws 
will be studied 'at the meet- 
ing, information and forms 
for troop leaders will be 
available. 



Christian Science 
Services 

; ^Thou wilt ]keep him in 
perfect -peace, whose mind : Id 
stayed on thee: because he 
trusteth in thee." This quo-, 
tation from Isaiah ;(26:3) Is 
the central theme of the Bible 
lesson to be read at Christian 
Science Churches on Sunday. 
Also included will be this 
quotation from "Science and 
Health with Key to the Scrip- 
tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: 
"Human sense may well mar- 
vel at discord, while, to a di- 
viner sense, harmony is the 
real and discord the unreal" 
(p,563). Subject of the Lesson- 
Sermon is "Unreality." . 



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SEQUOIT SUZIES 
START 5th YEAR 

The Scquoit Suzlcs began 
organizing -their fifth year of 
4-H work by electing officers 
who are: President - Marilyn 
Radtke, Vice-President -Hel- 

Susan 
Toman, Treasurer • Sheryl 
Bury, Program Chairman 
Mary Dost, and Editor • Jud- 
ith Hcvrdejs. 

At their first meeting, 
which was held at tho home 



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is the fif Hi child of Mr. and 
Mrs. Goiisraan. 



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ticipated in the 1964 National Jamboree fn Valley Forge, Po, The presentation took place September 9 at 
the Council Executive Board meeting. Among ttioie receiving award* wore these local Scout leaden, left to 
right, Ray Atwood, R. 2, Antioch; Jim Mullotly, Round Lako; Harold I, Goelich, Qlcnvlew, and Prank 
Shamrae, Northiraak. . ' ' 



LAKESIDE REBEKAH 
LODQE NO. 82 

By Del Jahnake 
Mrs. ;Hnrol(l Ellis, Noble 
(Growl, Mrs. Clarence Lar- 
son, Vice Grand, Mrs, Nelson 
Di'om and Miss Evelyn John- 
son, District treasurer, re- 
cently attended "Elective Of- 
llcurs" night at the Crystal 
Lake Robckah Lodge- 
On September 23, Mr. 
Charles Ferris, Mr.' Nelson 
Drain, Mr. Clarence Perkins 
and Mr. Arland Clark were 
honored guests of the Lake- 
side Rebokah Lodge No, 82, 
its the members celebrated 
"lb-others' Night." Mrs. An- 
ton Johnson, Mrs. Frieda 
Mrs. John Hagon, Mrs. Lorna 
Ruchert, Mrs. Eldon Gordon, 
Mrs. .Nelson "Drom', 1 Mrs! Har- 
old "Ellis, Mrs. Marie Hclbcrg, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 
Perkins were present at the 
C. E. Richardson Robckah 
Lodge, Lake Geneva, Wis., on 
September 24. "Elective Of- 
ficers" night at the Wauke- 
gau I.O.O.F. itall on Sept. 25 
was attended by Mrs. Clar- 
ence Larson and Mrs. H. 
Ellis. 



Square Dancers 

Initiate Lessons 

The Lake Promcnaders 
and tho Country Corners 
Square Dance clubs of Lake 
County are joining forces to 
hold a beginners' class for 
anyone Interested in learn- 
ing modern • Western square 
dancing. . 

The first dance, Tuesday, 
Oct.: 6, will bo free. The 
classes will be hold in tho 
Grayslake High School cafe- 
teria, Lake St., Grayslake. 
Dancing starts at 8 p.m. and 
lasts titl 10 p.m. Refresh- 
ments will be served follow- 
ing the first dance. 

You may sign up for the 
class of 10 lessons, with no 
obligation,,. The caller .^ is 
Lenny Roos from Chicago, 

For further information 
you may call Shirley Gutow- 
ski, 305-0884. 



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"It's A-Mad,Mad, 
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AMERICAN LEGION • 
AUXILIARY NEWS 

By Del Jaahneke 

Just a reminder to all the 
Antioch Unit members that 
they will be host to the 10th 
District American Legion 
Auxiliary "School of Instruc- 
tion" on Thursday, October 
1 at 8. p.m. Dinner at Lor- 
enz' Smart Restaurant for 
some 17 of the 10th District 
officers and chairmen and de- 
partment officers, will pre 
cede the meeting. 

The next regularly sched- 
uled meeting of the Antioch 
American Legion Auxiliary 
will be held on Friday. Octo- 
ber 0, at 8 p.m., with Mrs. 
John L. Horan presiding. . 



Book Helps Feed 
Hungry Children 

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. 
— A mad-cap, fun-filled, lav- 
ishly illustrated book priced 
at only 50c will held the Unit-' 
ed Nations Children's Fund 
to fight hunger and malnutri- 
tion among millions of chil- 
dren who are fed the nutrient 
equivalent of an American 
school lunch every two days". 

Jointly created 'by the Kel- 
logg Company and the U.S. 
Committee for U N I C E F, 
"Food Wonders of the World" 
is a history of the world 
through the foods we cat. It 
contains hundreds of light- 
hearted anecdotes about the 
eating habits of 39 1 - countries; 
and answers such questions 
as: Where did 
originate? f Who\ grew tho 
world's first spinach? What 
was the favorite dish of St. 
Patrick? What U.S. President 
introduced spaghetti to tho 
United States? What famous 
American dish was created 
by a dedicated gambler? , 

From the Stone Age to the 
Space Age, the book explor- 
es dietary fancies and fads 
of kings, queens, diplomats, 
religious leaders, scientists, 
pacts and philosophers, from 
Confucius to Henry VIII, from 
Napoleon v to today's astro- 
nauts. 

"Food Wonders of the 
World" runs the gamut from 
the reason for which the 
Chinese serve noodles at 
birthday parties to such scien- 
tific developments as hybrid- 
ization, irradiation and algae- 
cuitivation/It reveals how the 



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Mr.lWllllam A^Honlng— ; 

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Mr3Rriy>LorerizBSr.— / 

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.Gardner— The Yoar/ That 

1 Changed ;thc^Woi^S**KI 
Mrs, Jean Smith— ? / 
Marsh — Tho^ Good House- 
keeping International:^ 
iCook Book gg 
A contribution was made 
to the Memorial 'Building 
Fund in /memory : qf Mrs, 
Solma Jedole. y i 

Now Adult iBoekt 
Forbes-Robertson — >My Aunt 

Maxtne f ( 

MaJamund— Idiots First 
Fast— Blueprint ffor ?Llfo 
Walton— How to Dull d Your 
Cabin or Vacation Home 
Cronln— A Song of Sixpence, 
Roberto-T-ThekQ iDocument 
Birmingham— Those Harper 

■Women- ^-\^' ' 
Lin Yutang— The Flight, of. 
Innocents ? r — ■'' 

Kenyon '— Tho ^Questioning 
Heart . !' . - " 

Sorayii — Snrnyh— An Auto- 
biography 
Mollay-r-A Tonnnt for 

Kremlin 
Ludwig — Aspects of Amort 

can Pootry 
Brennan— Three Phllosophl 
cal Novelists ' ^M . 
Now Chlldrtn't Books 
Hobart — Mexican Mural , 
Hymes — Oodles of Noodles 
Cavanna — Almost Like Sisters 
Brett— That Willy and Wally 
Manning— Book of Giants j 
Bendlck— The Wind 
Glaubkc— Ranching Around 
the World :: 

Chandler — The Boy Who 

Made Faces 
Hnwkenson — Dance, Dance 

Amy Chan 
Barr— Mr. Zip and tho U. S< 

Mall . 
Colby — Historic American 

Forls 
Provensen — Karen's Oppo- 

sets 
Heuman— City High Five . ,'. v 
Raymond— We Land on the 
Moon • jji 

Tales of the Arabian 
Nights '. " 



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Palette, MaaqUO _* and 
Tlieater. 

Tlie; oiiibrtajiilrig ' draniai 
Avlll he dlroctedjbyliloflof Ihtii-; 
ley and the -cust '.■Inehiduc 
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iKoii" fJahddin, Dan StsyfarJtHft 
GarnetHOd<lHen,IBobiCreedon; j 
Vaidrle^McElrby;sRlchardiIr*i 
men and Trumann; Garrett, i 

The dates of- Sproductioh' 
are Vootoher >10-i7jiahd ^23-24^ 
frho"Raldttu IMasque and jLy re 
drama jgrotip "Invites ''every- 
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Real Estate Course 

The Waukcgan-Lake Coun 

ty. Board of Realtors will fur 
pish' the Instructors foi\ an. 

Wtermeyonl ( ^ Bnm B course ln Rcal Estate 
at Waukegan-Township High 
School. 



Season Tickets of 
PMSL Now Available 

Season tickets to alt four shows 
to be put on by the Palette, Mas- 
que & Lyre arc now available, 
They may be purchased by cal- 
ling Vivian Maplethorpe at 3*J5- 
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first coffeehouse was started 
in Vienna, why Nigcrhiii hosts 
welcome visitors with a bowl 
of nuts, how sauerkraut came 
(that's right, came) to Ger- 
many and who taught the 
Russians to cook borscht. 

Orders accompanied by 
just 50c per copy should he 
sent to Food Wonders of the 
World, P.O. Box 773, Detroit, 
Michigan 48232. 



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Igoflinji sl 

Show Time*: Fri. at 7 and 9 

SaturdaV and Sunday open at 

1:30 p.m. with ihow* contln- 

uoui at 2, 4, 6, 8 p.m. 

Mon.-Thuri. at 8 p.m. only 

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JehovalCsWitnesses 
To Hold Convention 

Seventy-five Antioch min- 
ister delegates are expected 
to. attend a convention of Je- 
hovah's Witnesses to be held 
Friday through Sunday, Oct. 
16-18 at the Burlington, Wis., 
high school. 

The public is invited to 
attend. 



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WORLD-WIDE COMMUN- 
ION THIS SUNDAY 

World • Wide Communion 
will be held at the Trinity 
Evangelical United Brethren 
Church at Beck Road and 
Valley Drive in Lindenhurst 
Sherman A. Cravens will b| 
the guest speaker at the Holy 
Communion service at 10;45 
a.m. 

Ralph G. Brooke will be the 
soloist for the morning. A 
Family Sing will be conducted 
at the 7 p.m. service. The 
public is invited to attend 
the services at Trinity church. 



CAMPUS NOTES 

Thomas Furlan, son of Mr, 
and Mrs. John Furlan, Petite 
Lake, left for Carbondale, 111., 
where he is attending South- 
ern Illinois University for 
his third term. 

Thomas Is a 1803 graduate 
of A.C.H.S. 



RUMMAGE SALE 

The Woman's Society of 
Christian Service of the An- 
tioch Methodist Church will 
hold a rummage sale on Octo- 
ber. 22. and-23. 



To pay homage to the greatest medium of human 
expression, and to help inspire excellence in the 
realm of the theatre, Joseph V. and Valerie M. Hun- 
ley wish to announce their desire to award a trophy 
each year to the individual who In their opinion, 
gives the outstanding performance in o Pallete, 
Masque and Lyre Production, 

Drama had its beginnings and grew out of the fun- 
damental human needs in the dawn of civilization. 
It's the expression of these needs and the representa- 
tion of humanity in moments of maximum tension, 
conflict and crisis, that creates drama. "It brings the 
life of man visibly before mankind and levies tribute 
upon all the arts in order to achieve this purpose. Out 
of the word, the dance, music, and the plastic arts 
it builds one mighty synthesis of humanity's creative 
faculties." 

Superior efforts to work creatively, artistically, and 
in cooperation with others should be encouraged and 
rewarded, and it is upon this basis that the Hunley 
Award, "Mr. Thespis", shall be presented to the 
actor or actress for the "best performance of the 
year". - . 

Rule i and Regulation* 

1. Tho award will ba preunted In September following o full 
year'* product loni. 

2. The award will bo based upon talont, cooperation, dedicated 
elfort, interpretation, accuracy and skill in tho development 

• and portrayal of tho character. 

3. Performance* in mutlcali, comedlet, dramas, skirt and all 
public presentations by P. M. ft L. are eligible. 

; 4. Opinions of tho ludges are final. Judges are to bo Joseph V. 
and Valeria M. Hunley, who may consult with the directors, 
stage managers and members of tho Board of Directors. 

S. No immediate member of the Hunloy family is eligible for the 
aword. 

4. To ba eligible, the actor or actress must bo a paid-up active 
member of Palette Masque 1 Lyre at tho time of tho pro- 
duction in whkh he or she is judged. 

7. This Is not Intended to be a P. M. & L. aword or to represent 
tho Judgment of lis Bford of Directors. Any and all other 
awards are invited. The Hunley award ll a private recognition 

. of achievement, and seeks only to encourage better Individual 
portormorices, wholehearted cooperation with the casts, and 
tho "best In entertalnmeMtl" 



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since 1958. Alio on DH I A since 1998. All cotilo laboratory tuba 
tested and TB tasted far Interstate sale • Butter fat avor. SI 5 lb. - 
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Stool Palls, strainers, etc. 
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Ant loch scored In the fasi 



39 seconds, or the game Sat*' 
y to eke out a 6 to 6 lie' 
with Grayslakc Rams on the 
Scmioits* field, 

Both teams wore plagued 
by fumbles and mis-cues, 
caused by the rain, fierce; 
wind and muddy field. Grays- 
tfdkb^war the first to score' 
with, Curt Lcalblad plunging 
over from the Antloch two- 
yard lino, The ;polnt after, 
touchdown attempt failed and 
the 'Hams took a 8 to 9 lead. 
. Later In the third period 



Tom Morgan got some \ good 



blocking iand broke Into 4ho 
open going 01 yards for a TD 
only to have It called back 
for an {offensive holding pen- 1 

aity. 

With 30 seconds left on the 
clock, -Tom Morgan took a 
short awing pass from quar- 
terback Wally Honning and 
wont over for the tying touch- 
down. Tho point after touch- 
down Jailed arid the game 
endetf in a 6 to 6 tie, 



once .Lake Forest lost their 
second game in a row, this 
time' -the victims ;iof an! 
arou«ed Warren eleven, War- 
ren scored In the first period] 
and hung on for the victory.] 

Grant topped Wauconda 
14 to while Round Lake 
tipped Ela- Vernon 13 to 6. 

Antioch goes to Lake 5Fof3 
est 1 Saturday Itoido battle ! -with 
the Scouts. It will bo Lake 
Forest's homecoming and 
they will bo looking for their; 



Elsewhere In ithe confer- first victory of the season; 




Lewis Simon of Antioch, 
the 1063 champion, relin- 
quished his title In the 1064 
Illinois state fishing meet last 
Sunday, Sept. 27, when 

: George G. Kraymor of 1324 
W. Bay ltd., Mctlcnry, took 
top honors In the finals held 
on Channel lake and Lake 
Catherine in the Chain O'- 
Lakcs near Antioch. 

Simon finished fourth in 
the 32-man finals field, catch- 
ing two black bass, which 
weighed three pounds and 
six ounces and totaled 36 
points. Earlier this season, 
last August, Lewis and his 

"wife, Sharon, who also won 
the 1063 Mr.-Mrs. title, failed 
to defend their 'twin' title 

. successfully when they fin- 
ished fifth. 

Kraymor, 54, who has been 
fishing since a boy of nine, 
won the fifth annual title by 

— two closest of margins, exactly 
two ounces. He nosed out 
Ed Rakonnlk, Jr., of 2827 S. 

. Avers Av„ Chicago, for tho 
title and the right to repre- 
sent the state in the. 1064 
World Scries of Fresh water 
fishing singles on Bull 
Shoals lake, .Ark., Oct. 2023. 
Kraymer caught three 
black,, one fewer than did 
Rakosnik, but tho Mctlcnry 
man's winning margin came 
as the result of his fish 
weighing more. Kraymer f s 
bass weighed six pounds, six 
ounces, while the runncrup's 
fish weighed four pounds, 
four ounces. - - 

In the tournament scoring, 
each fish caught was worth 
10 points and every pound 
5 points. Kraymer's fish 
brought 30 points and the 
poundage 30 points and 6 
ounces. liakosntk's fish 
brought 40 points and the 
poundage 20' points, four 
ounces. 

.Although 'the Simons fam- 
ily lost both fishing crowns, 
Lewis and Sharon still hold 
their record alone of having 
won both the singles and the 
Mr. -Mrs. titles In one year. 

Don Nichols and his wife, 
Marge, of LaGrangc Park, 
took the 1064 Mr.-Mrs. title, 
but Don, also in Sunday's 
singles finals field, had to 
bo content with a 10th place 
finish with 20 points. If 
Don had won Sunday's sin- 
gles, he would have tied 
Lewis' record. 

Nichols, who was seeded 
Into the finals because of 
being one of the four pre- 
vious champions, caught one 
black bass at 6:30 p.m. to 
avert a shutout. Don is known 
as the "spool-plugging cham- 
pion of Illinois." 

Barney Shunncson, oper- 
ator of the Channel Lake 
Boat House and sponsor of 
the slate fishing meets, donat- 
ed the winning championship 
trophy. to Kraymer after the 
flshoff. Ho said: 

"For a fellow who"s been 
plugging so long, It's a pleas- 
ure to present this trophy to 
you. I'm sure you'll make a 
flue showing in the U. S. 
meet on Btdl Shoals against 
some of the country's top 
anglers." 

Kraymer had qualified for 
ouch of the rive finals and, 
in addition to the crown, 
placed in two of the meets-—' 
third in 1061 and second hi 
1062. 

Kraymer fisiicd the shore- 
line close up because the 
baBs were in 'tight', as Kray^ 
mer explained it later. He 
was casting a 'homemade' 
twin spinner, which he even- 
tually plana to put on the 
market. The new champion 
caught two fish in the first 
session between 11 a.m. and 
2 p.m., and the other fish at 
exactly 8:15 p.m. of the sec- 



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on session held between '3 p. 
m. and 7 p.m. ' Rakosnik, 
also casting tho shoreline, 
Caught two fish in the morn- 
ing round, and two In the 
late afternoon. Rakosnik, 
who with his wife, Marge, 
were the inaugural Mr.-Mrs, 
champions In 1062, caught 
two fish in the first session 
and two In the second. 

John D. Eggitth of Round 
Lake finished third with 50 
points on two black bass, 
Thirteen of the 32-man field 
caught fish, with , nine of 
them getting one apiece. 
Among those catching one 
was Harold Smiloy of Round 
Lake Park, the 1061 cham- 
pion, who finished eighth 
with 23 points. 

Those ' catching fish, their 
order of finish, what they 
caught and points follow: ■- 

1. George G. Kraymer; 
1324 W. Bay Road, Mel lenry, 

3 black bass— 6 lbs., 6 ounc- 
es— 60 points and 8 ounces. 

2. Edward J. Rakosnik, 
Jr., 2827 S. Avers Av„ Chi- 
cago, 4 black bass — 4',i lbs. 
80 points, 4 ounces. *• 

3. John W. Engnath, 310 
W. Parrk ltd., Round Lake, 
two black bass — 4 pounds, 
10 ounces— 50 points. 

4. Lewis Simon, Antioch, 
two black bass— 3 pounds, 6 
ounces— 30 points. 

5. Terry O'Mallcy, 4830 
W. Dakin St., Chicago, one 
black bass — i pounds, 5 ounc- 
es — 37 Va points. 

6; Theodore B. Finger, 
Sr., 56 S. Terra Cotta ltd.. 
Crystal Lake, one bias bans, 

4 pounds, 3 ounces — 31 
points. 

7. Shelby Oriell, 52 Birch, 
Park Forest, one black bass, 
3 pounds, 14 ounces— 20 
points. 

8. Harold Smiley, Round 
Lake Park, one black bass — 
two pounds, % ounce — 23 
points. 

0. Gene Wcssctibcrg, Chi- 
cago, one black bass — 2 
pounds, 4 ounces— 21 points. 

10. Dave Nichols, La- 
Grangc Park, one black bass, 
2 pounds — 20 points. 

11. Angle Eland, 324 W. 
North Ave., Ita&ka, one black 
bass — one pound — 15 points. 

12. Thomas L. Wheeler, 
5447 N. Kenmore Ave., Chi- 
cago, one black bass — 13 
ounces — 15 points. 

13. John J. Peters, llav- 
enswood Y.M.C.A., Chicago, 
one black bass — V* " pound, 
Wz points. 




Something really different 
In the way of a .drag racer 
will make its first appear- 
ance this coming Sunday, 
October 4, at the Great Lakes 
Dragaway. It Is a complete- 
ly hand built two wheel ma- 
chine powered by a full race 
Chevrolet Corvette engine. 

It was built and is driven 
hy,E, J. Potter of Ithaca, 
Michigan, much better known 
as the "Michigan Madman." 
This, fantastic racer has a 
total weight of oply 835 
pounds with the huge engine 
weighing more than, half. 
There is a small tire In front 
with one large racing slick 
tiro In the rear. Tho power- 
ful engines spins the rear 
tiro with such force It burns 
and smokes rubber the entire 
length of the dragstrip. _i; 

The daredevil, driver, Pot- 
ter, docs not sit up but lays 
on tho racer with his body 
fully outstretched. He covers 
the '/i -mile in 10 seconds at 
a speed of close to 150 mph. 
Due to tho position Potter is 
in and with the tremendous 
torque, it is extremely diffi- 
cult to control/More than 
once the machine has got 
away from him and left him 
sprawling on the asphalt. 
Due to the protective cloth- 
ing he wears he has never 
been seriously hurt. 

An automatic "kill" switch 
Immediately shuts the ma- 
chine off the second Potter's 
hand leaves the steering con- 
trol. 

This special feature Is In 
addition to the regular week- 
ly program with more than 
200 various kinds of drag rac- 
ing machines. The trials 
start at a.m. and- races at 
2 p.m. on I Iwy. 45, at Union 
Grove, Wis. 



Plnspottert , , 

Friday, 3«pt. 35 

High <team series, Fox "Lake 
Melster Brau; 787,722,732— 

2221;- -; W¥;--im- ;■— '-1 

" Charlotte Queen , of ^the 
Melster Brau team bowled 
100.158.151^-100;^ ^ - 

W.lHow Park 2, Hooves' ft 
La Ice -Villa Pharmacy 2; 
Schneider Trucking 1 Pitt- 
man Motors .3; < John Teresl 
Chevy-Olds 0. -?BarnBtableV 
Dcpt, Store 3; One Hour Mar-: 
tlnizlng 0. Fox Lake Mels- 
terbrau 3; State Line Inn 0. 
Hank's Wayside- Inn 2; Vene- 
tian Village Bowlorettes 1. 
Franklen Drugs 3; Veto Bait 
Shop 0. r^ 

Ten Pin TopplerTV 
Tuesday, Sept. 22 

High team series, Glbbs & 
Jcnsson, 703-870-710—2002. 

High scorer, Myrtle Sam- 
payo, 177-178-172—527. 

'Lefco Tasti-Frcezo 3; Nob- 
by Lobby 0. Gibbs & Jens- 




AW'fiOCB^ 



lug. 



Imagination is what makes 
you think you're 'having a 
wonderful time when you're 
really only spending money. 
— Farm Market Report. 



Froth Qriddars 
Down Rams, 8-0 

Larrry Davis scored on a 
quarterback, sneak in the 
final quarter to give the Sc- 
quoit freshmen a narrow 6 to 
victory over the Grayslakc 
Rams Saturday morning at 
Grayslakc. 

A 60-yard punt return and 
a 30-yard pass play from 
Larry Davis to Michael Bazer 
earlier in the game were nul- 
lified by penalties. - - 

Frosli coach Gary Allen 
lauded the play of his de- 
fensive unit saying the whole 
defensive squad played a fine* 
game. The Scquoits con- 
tained tho Grayslake offense 
so well they penetrated An- 
tioch's territory only once. 
That drive was halted on the 
Antioch 37 yard line. 

"Michael Stcltcr, Tony 
Barnctt, Lynn Robinson and 
Charles Powell were out- 
standing on defensive," Allen 
said. "On offense, besides 
Davis, Alexander and Mazer, 
Dave Blagg and Dan Smith 
did a real fine job for us." 



Track Men Open 
Seasen With Win 

Coach Adrian Mueller's 
Sequolts cross-country team 
successfully opened their sea- 
son with a 27-20 victory over 
Ziori-Bcnton. The following 
week Antioch lost to Ela-Ver- 
n oi i on Tuesday 'and defend- 
ing champions Grant on 
Thursday. - -JL--2L- 

However, on Tuesday, An- 
tioch met Warren and Mc- 
Henry In a double dual. ■ The 
Antioch varsity easily de- 
feated Warren 10-38 but lost 
by 3 points to Mcllenry. Tom 
Wojnowiak took first placer 
on thd'2 mile course" wittiTfl^"*' 
time of 11:14. Teammates 
Marty Swede, Bill Carrick, 
Tom Thompson, Del Church, 
Jim .Sorenscn and Jim Ed- 
wads finished respectively 
for Antioch. . . * 

The FVosfrSoph received 
their first taste of victory 
Tuesday ovcrWnrren and Mc- 
llenry. Gene Kelly led the 
pack with John Friedman fin- 
ishing third, Paul. Galati 
fourth. Tom Doolittlc fifth, 
and John Bjork sixth. 

This Thursday, today, the 
harriers will be at home fac- 
ing Grayslakc and Salem, 
All home meets will be held 
at the high school athletic 
field beginning at 4:15. 

Next Tuesday is the coun- 
ty meet at the Fox Lake golf 
course starting at 4:30. 



(sen 3; Antioch JNewr , 
j George's JBar^3;;Paty!s 
' Lounge 0. Tot Shop 3; Lakes 
Tile to, ^DX Ford Garage i2;i 
Angels 1. Antioch ^D airy 
Queen 2; , Bulko l^JBrass 
'Ball Cheese Mart 2; Town for 
Men and iBoysSL Williams 
Carpet Cleaners 2; Brass Ball 
Lounged; _ > ( 

Chain O' Leket Mixed 
Wedneiday, Sept. 23 ; ] 

^IHghHjtoam series, ^Barnes 
TV, 1050-007-1030-3077. .,- £ 
^iillgh Scorers, Earl 'Barnes,' 
100-213-172-^574: Chuck Mo-! 
ran 154-188-200-^542; yhlgh 
woman bowler, Helen Barnen 
178-147-177— 502. ^' 
'Antioch Builders 2; Chi-: 
/ens Hand Radio n; : i Team 
No 2, , 3; Eddie's ?0. ^Barnes 
TV 3; Ben Franklin 5-10 0.: 
'Melnersmann Iris: 3; Jim's 
Standard 0, Team No.12 3;i 
Rojd's Trucking 0. Lako 
Villa Lumber 2; Joe Si 
Helen's 1. i^ 

Wednesday Nife Bushiest* 
men September 23 >;' 

High team sorles, Decker's 
Tavern, 813-865008— 2586. 

High scorer, L. Ekborg (Log 
Cabin Inn) 107-188202— 577. 

Log Cabin -Inn 2; Ralston 
Km tor prises 1. Antioch 'News 
3; Lasco's, Sanitary Service 6. 
Lyons-Ryan Ford 2; Bill's 
Texaco 1. M&M Food Shop 
3; Brownie's Lounge 0. Deck- 
er's Tavern .3; Van Patten's 
0. Casey's Trap 3; Weber 
Duck Farm 0. : 

Bi-SUte League 
Thursday, Sept. 24 

Bcauti-Vuc Products and 
Colonial Funeral Home as- 
sume leadership of the lit 



Vie Crumr^ck'e iquTd] 
IBeauU-Vue) Jbeat Weasel's 
Lounge 2 games with Bill 
Couch leading the way with 
678 and Curt Thorn ley wai 
high for the losers with 625, 

hit 588, paced the Colonial 
plnsters ito a triple Win, Ed 
Slavlk highlighted tho Anti- 
och Lumber's triplicate win: 
over Dalgaard's, Ed smashed 
a big ■ 1610-232. ^Channel 
Lake JShejl ^parked 4by ithe; 
good shooting of Bill Hlnkie 
<608) and, Mickey Harr/s 558, 
won a pair -- from Haydori 
Homes (G. Vandermcer 585), 
; Glbbs & Jensflen quintet 
took two from Antioch Bowl , 
Shooting lite- night's top team 
mark Mof 12756. '^Bob 'Morton 
lind aj610 for Glbbs, while: 
Earl J Lowe i bowled ^a 565 ■ I ot\ 
the Antioch JBowl. " 

Aritloch {Mixed League 
Sunday, SapL 27 

€ : 'HigljMteariilsories: Antioch 
Hearing Aid, '711-701-731— 
2143. 

High scorers: (men) Don 
Richards, 160247-206— \622. ; 
(women) Helen Barnes, 202- 
188-243—631.' 

t Modern Living 3; SportH- 
man Lounge 0. Marchuk's 
Resort 2; Pasadena Lounge 1. 
Antioch Hearing Aid 2; The 
Corners 1. Charcot House 3; 
Antioch Landscaping 0. The 
Neighbors 3; Lakes Grind- 
ers 0. Atwood Floor Cover- 
ing 2; . Tanner's' Construc- 
tion 1. 

Monday Nile Owl League 
September 28 

High team series: Ticdc's 
Insurance; . 047-884 -.837'—. 
2668. "* 

High scorer: Dean Schultz 
270-103-168— 640. 

John's Shell 3; Tarfu Club 
0. Tlede's Insurance 3; Kel- 
ley's 0, Shurc-FIre Heating 
2; Lorenz's Country House 1. 
Town Tap 2; Victory Car- 
bide Saw 1. Klass Men's 



High team iierles: Eddle'l 

(Paty!s) 201-177.2O2-^fl8O; .'<■ ' 
i ! iCaseyfsiTap^f^CoIe^lTttV- 
errn; 0. iCox'a ^<?6rnefail8i; 
Nofshore 0, Helvetia Hotel 
S^OpenJDoorJO.^Eddle'fllRe* 
sort 2; Antioch ^Bowl^ *U 
Kempf's Tavern 2;* )Red iAr*; 
rowll. Nielsen's [Corners 2; 1 
Patyls 'Lounge 1,^ 

Outter Ball Olrlt 

Tuetday, Sept. 22 
^Hlgh team series: .Slide 
•Inn^6flfb753-657— 2006, v 

High iscorert a^foyce ^Dbho^ 
Van. 221-137-178-^536r:S t 

Bill's -Service .Station. 3; 
TarfU Club 16; JSllde Inn "3; 
TonSPin VGrlll ^0. Jacque's 
Beimty Shop 3; Petty 'Realty 
0.vaCas6y!s Trap 2; Sequoit 
Harbor l^fflSalLIriii 2^Fasclh- 
ation Beauty Shop 1. Dick 
& Jim's Shell 2; Flo'a Beauty; 
Shop l._'-; ■'.-., -I 

: : :L ■ .':-;-L£^.vjaaa)^a'^: i-ikz.' i 

Antloh Wemen'i Cletitc 
Monday, Sept. 28 ^ 

High team flerics:',Chevy- 
Vllle, : 508-723-863— 1074. 

High scorers:' Helen Barnes 1 
155-178 : 100 — 532; Claudia 
Munson 153-166-204 — 523; 
Pearl Kapell 152-184-186 — 
522; Pat Helwlg 165-175-180 
—520; Curly Wertz 164-188. 
166—508; Ann Schoenleben 




^--i^ftfltloefip^ - 
Big" John lei^ 



Bullderi 1, 



esi 2; Antioch Savlngf^ll 
Chevy-Ville 2; Tom Muihaii 

Motors 1, 



Ji, LIAOUI 60WLING 



Dale Crandall 

102-138-171— Mt 

Bob Loriczewskl ^ 

156.181-180—407 
Phil Maplethorpe '*£& 

, 230-176-187—803 

Dan Matteoni 

146-186-156— i88 
Don iibjas ■ ■ ' ->: ; -^ 
. ■■■■■■■ - ■!>-. lSOr^a 
JR. PRIP 
. 10-12 yrs. ^*- 

David Longly "^- : 

.•■■•-:.', 164-100-142—805 
George Grabiac ' 

140-110-128— 387 
Mike Gordon a 
W 7i mkr' 123-108-155— 388; 
Randy Maschek 

•■■'■* ^40148^92— 378/ 
Marjorte Scanlon 
';■;•:::;# 14M15V 08— 354 « 
Wendy Jensen <-.* 

100-130414r-353 

Flattery Will Get Veil > .5^ 

She: "You ?seem to be an 

able-bodied man. You ought 

to be strong enough to work." 



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Slate League with an 0-4 

record after 4 weeks of bowl- \ Store 2; Cragin Metal 1. Loon 



Lake Inn 2; Bud & Anne's 1. 





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- SATURDAY & SUNDAY NIGHT - 

Sat. Night — Late Model Sportsman '• 

CONVERTIBLES 

Sun. Night — Late model Sportsman, 

26 Lap Mollified Feature October 4 

TIME TRIALS — «;45 P.M. FIRST RACE — 8:00 P.M. 

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Cubs Are Little 
League Champs 

The Antioch Little League 
finished the season with the 
Cubs, sponsored by Lyons & 
Hyan. in first place. 

Robert Gross is nrapger 
of the team and Bill Wood- 
master and Jim Nauseda are 
coaches. 

Members of the winning 
team are Hick Nelson, .Tim 
Carlson, Chip Gross, Hon 
Turzy, David Strang, Stove 
Bonner, Dcanc Troycr," Jack 
Toeppcr, William llagstroiu, 
Billy Zcman, Floyd Stalil. 
Richard Nauseda. Bill mt- 
man, Geary Stogie, and Jeff 
Sterbenz. 



Waukegan Speedway 
Races To Continue 



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The only thing cold was 
tho weather at the New Wau- 
kegan Speedway us the driv- 
ers and cars were hot as a 
firecracker In all events Sun- 
day night. * 

The big news was Kenny 
Talugan as lie swept the 75- 
lap feature for modlficds and 
held lap money for 40 laps. 

On (he first start, Steve 
Stevens flipped his car end 
over end and demolished the 
84 on the wall. Steve got 
otit uninjured but very dis- 
appointed as he ended his 
1064 season on a sad note. 

Other drlyers turning in 
notablo driving jobs were 
Dwane Harris, John Rcimer, 
Jim Lawrence, and Geno 
Wagner. 



Fast time of the evening 
went to John Rcimer with a 
time of 10:51 for Map time 
trials. 

Trophy dash for fastest 
modified cars was captured 
by Dwane Harris. Heat win- 
ners were: 1st, Jim Sullivan 
of Antioch, driving Bob An- 
singer's car No. 8; second 
heat to Dennis Gergan, last 
year's sportsman champion 
turned modified driver; third 
heal to Kenny Talugan, the 
75-lap champion. 

Point champion for modl- 
ficds was won hands down 
by Johnny Reiihcr, Cale- 
donia. Second position went 
io Geno Wagner, just 28 
points In front oi Kenny 



Talugan, who settled for 
third. 

Sportsmen's fast time, went 
to Rodger Magi of Antioch; 
Mike Wolf of Antioch, just 
released from militarry ser- 
vice, won the first heat, and 
Odcll Jones took the second. 

Sportsmen feature saw 
Rodger I lag! beat them all to 
the finish line for a fine win. 

Jim Cossman becomes the 
1064 point champion for 
sportsmen this year. 

Waukegan Speedway will 
run open competition next 
Satiirady night as tho con- 
vertibles will return and late 
model sportsmen will com* 
pete. Sunday night will, hold 
a 25-Iap modified feature and 
late, model sportsmen* 



Make that "igloo" in your house 

warm and cozy 
with a thrifty gas room-heater 



Handsome and compact modern gas room-hcatcrs 
automatically deliver fast, dependable heat The 
kind that keeps you "pajama" cozy instead of 
pawing for your parka. Ideal for added rooms 
as well as any hard-to-hcat areas in your home. 
No chimney needed! Gas room heaters can be 
installed on any outside wall. Scaled chamber 
uses outside air for combustion. Operating cost? 
You'll hardly notice it on your heating bilL 



4*ike to work on hobbies and maintenance jobs 
in winter? Install a gas room-heater in your 
garage and have a pleasant year around work- 
shop. (And enjoy easier car starting on sub-zero 
mornings, too). For sizes and models to fit any 
need, see your local heating 
contractor, or phone* or visit 
any Northern Illinois Gas 
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By Mr». Prtd BirfftH 
Uk« Villa 33A-537I 

VPW Ns*s L 

^ 'llic Lnke VHIn WW Aiix- 

olIlnry^vVHI meet- -October 5 t 

cnl VH Sp.n^f -Pre»ldcrit . 'Marge] 

^liulinehproaliHng^- ; 

: The. following/ VPW ;mom- 

lli»i'3 attended Illinois Day nt 

Ithe ; VEW / Nntlbnnl ^Home ht 

iEcloiis -'RnpUla, Miiiiiignnif Mr, 

Snntl ^Mrs^ Robert 'WIHtmarc, 
Mr/shjul. Mra. ,; f;Roljert':Fiiik; 
Mrs t "Frnnk Slnzcs, |Sr., Mrs. 
Pl()ieneo-frotorsoii::riii<l /riyirs, 

^MaiRtt Shilling, r ^■■Mr^ 
: fl'hoA'FW />nxlllnry-Coun- 
I v iKnli'! (Into lius 'liccnciuuVgod' 

.Trotetat. 17 ifo Oct, ;24.: jlti 
will ho hold nt;tho VFW^hnll, 1 
i SoQ^IilneiJHoad and Grhml 

-Avo.^fikeWIIln,'- IttavHl -Start'! 

■r, rf rit ^2:30 -pan; 4«"htl [(Uioj&l.wlll 

' \\cf l)66tli"3 of ibakery' goods?,' 

■oaiiiied goodtv ipla'n(s,;:>nnd 
Hand?, work ■ boolhsV* . -There 
will bo sanies and a hot clou 
and Penal-Coin stand, lri?ease: 
you wmU ^refreshments.; 
American -Legion Auxiliary | 
The Lake VI jla American 

^l.ogion . Auxllinry mooting 
will bo hoUl,Tlinrsday.-Oot. 
1"), at* 11 p.'m, at Hoy John- 
sou's Fourth Lake Resort, 
Lake Villa. " President. Un- 
dine Porkimi will preside. 
Hofreslnnonts.wlll be served, 

, Melhpdlsr 'Church News 

= The TMcthodist Men had 
their first Tall. mooting Sept. 
22, at' TtfO p.m. at . the 
church, Klected to office 
; ifor the ensuing year were 
Mr. Delbcrt ;Sherwood. presi- 
dent: Mr.. John Humphries, 

Secretary, and Mr. Al Flood, 
treasurer, They are" plan- 

'■' nlug to smorgasbftrd to be 
hold Saturday. October 24. at 
the .church. A fine meal is 
planned; 

Dining t h o Centennial 
celebration they will- sponsor 
an ice-cream social, to bo held 

. Frtdway-.' Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.m. 
at the church, f 

The Methodist. Men pre- 
sented Bibles to tho children 
of (lie Church School. Third 
graders receiving Bibles were 
Tommy AppanaUis. William 
Tlocox, David Ducotnmuu, 
Debra Feclit. Marsha Lou 
Circuits. Cathy llalllicu, Bar- 
bara .Farvis. Kimborly Karr. 
Bruce Uiulhcrg. Kathy Ma- 
honoy, Susan Carol Milkinl, 
Tommy Murphy. Joffery My- 
" ers. Beth Palllsler, j Mark 
Itoidel, John Shogren, Cyn- 
thia Svhrncdcr, Susan Smith 
and Bruce Ward. 

From Fourth grade: Gene 
Athlstani. Bronda Lee Bar- 
ton, Suzanne Bartlell, Debbie 
Bonner. James Chrlstonsoh, 
David Dztki, Greg Dickson, 
Susan English. Randall Gos- 
ell. Mike Madsen, Fred Popp, 
Albert Simonson, Tracy 
Teltz. .fames Webor. Carleen 
Wurstor, Krlstie York, and 
Dehise Zioglorr. 

The Women's Society of 
Christ la n Service liavo 
changed their meeting date 
from October (1 to October 1.1. 
because of the Centennial 
celebration. All the ladies 
of the church are invited to 
attend these meetings and 
avail themselves of * the 
friendship, and the Interest- 
ing programs. 
Visitors 

Mrs. James McGrain and 
family of Waukogan were 
visitors Sunday al the. senior 
Sluzes home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bolts 
visited Galena. III., and from 
there they crossed the Mis* 



? . The , HouaeSbf ^noprcsopta- 
tlves^ on. August 11, passed 
on, HiR. 1027, .'cuncornlng;'Vot- 
oralis' 'Pensions, Mill; 1 11105 
has been, passed by both the 
House, and the Senate, ,-- 

Thla bill, in, one of its pro- 
visions,- la do 'protect veterans 
or. widows . of syetorans^drnw^ 
ingrfa n6n-sorvlce>conncctcd 
disability 'pension -against .any 
reduction in Jlje -pension he- 
cause of the Increase ilnlsocia] 
security. vbenef its,* Tliese /bills 
were- strongly .supported by 
Tlio'iAm'diicnii' Legion.^ 
] * The American. Legion wants 
yott^-r .ifiyoiroie an ;honor- 
ably> discharged voternn of 
World AVar L^Vdrld: War II. 
anil the Korean Conflict, 
. The y American v?Leglon is 
thot jnrgest veterans organi- 
zatibn In; the EWorld, and has 
fosteredimnhyAveteransibene- 



sisslppr River." to i Dubuque, 
Jowar itheu 'wont; to. Dlckey- 
vllle, 7 Wis., aiul rVlsited the 
.Grotto ! there: Mr, ' and Mrs. 
Clarence SGandhert of Rock; 
ford, also, went .with them, 

Mrs. Chester llamann and 
children "^pf'„Wniikegan_ were 
visitors Friday ai t lie • home 
of Mrs, William Fish. 
Rummage Sale " 

A rummage sale will be 
held Saturday, .Oct. 10, from 
I) a.m. till fi p.m. at the Lin- 
denhnrst Civic Center, Lin- 
denhurst. Proceeds will go 
loward upkeep of Civic Cen- 
ter. 'Rummage Is needed. 
Methodist Church 

Several teachers from the 
Lake Villa Methodist church 
ore attending the "Laboratory 
School at the First Methodist 
church at Harrington, From 
September 27' through Octo- 
ber they attend every eve- 
ning. They are Mrs. Juanila 
Moore, Mrs. Harriot Bailey, 
Mrs. John Colbcr! and' Mrs. 
Peggy Wold, 
Convalescent 

Mrs, Tena Gorber was able 
to return home Satunlay 
from (he Condell hospital at 
Liberty vllle. She is recover- 
ing slowly. 



ONLY FIVE 
YEARS AGO.... 




Mi; Rehabilitation, o^veteis 
nni>ohlldrwelfttrc andSAmerf-i 
ennism nro but tlneo of tliej 
many services (jporformdd ifqri 
tlmlCoihhhilnty/StatoimiidNa-i 
tloii. ; , ■ M' 1 : !:iv. ,.H . 

It is an honorXojhe-ahloato 
belong land ihu opehi Jin vita* 
tlohj Is extended to you iifoj/j 
your local Fokt Uo fjohi [before. 
November lli(Ve!orans f Day)Ji 
Eligibility pies -arc: April 0, 
1017 ito November 11J jtOltt::-; 
December ,7, ; 1114 1 Up Septum* 
ber^ltWii ^fuue ;2fi ( '^0fi0.itoi 
July '. :: 27?: 1053; ■ "ti -^ '■ 



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foplcnic; (fofi't'.plu'k too close 
to Iho'ieilgoiqf an incline <n a 
ell f faille; soohlc XView;^ Vonr 
lirjikcH'viniiy^lint ;hold;if your 
car 'is abtlhiped by another 
pai'kor, :orMf the iqartli !be-! 
neath ithe : wheels jgiveslnwhy.i 
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Ciuinuel LakelcCub 
Pack HO is Hn jhoed'O 
Motlicrs - ifofc tlioir^iWedneW 
day' afler ! school ineotings, 
Those interefltodr plongo.vcnlL 
Mrs>Joani'Havne»1bofore-4i30i 
p,m, at 395-1350, /Hoys Inour, 
area between the ages of. ft' 
and 11 years of age are-ollgl-J 
hie for IhulCub Scouts and| 
the need for Don ^Mothora 
is ':des'pm-ate/;so^plunkb''Ibhdi-ii' 



fel lovy (1» MiOipboYilo of jGJmn-. 

nel Lako' , Sehfl(it:fDtsiriot. fdei' 
ahau t 1 lie ^possible 'cohhoII- 
datlon wltli Antiochr Grade! 
School? Arc they v^for or^ 
against? Do they havo ;nnyj 
Interest one. way or ^tlioj 



other?? The (Channel likd 
MhpolrlBoor^.iHaaKibcen.iclW-j 
ttitdtngt for„ ninny mortthKtHol 
ijofiftlbillty of consolidation! 
iWlth itltu ArttlpcH^ /ClfftiJ0i 
Sdluiol. The Boardtfhniattdp, 
aontolhiug"lo^J|nereflso Uhri; 
ibtiilget ^if^tho^iscliqolj^iond! 
Ilnce:the 'two idofoatfliof ithe! 
E(hicall<nini;TaxjRpdorendMr}^ 
this ifieema lo ibo itho pnlyi 
nltoniattvo, - j 

^'Tlui ('"School sDoard mom^ 
ibevs are ^laxpayorsi In Athis; 
coiununilty^jii9t,;asibyoryone: 
else, hut their cldcf concern, 
as a^'batly, Is 'the education 
of our ehlldron, The loxoa 
arc gbiug^o/gO'Upino -matter, 
what ydecislbn -Is made, toe; 
cause tlieijgeliobl '.Is^riinhlng 
In .j he. red; as ^flf last spring. 
The (fn'ostlon is, "How do tho 
■people, fee i about this issue?!' 
SiCTh'e Doard imeoia ievory 
■fli'st ;Tuesday ;of tlio ■mpnth, 
and Interested people In the 



Sank Holds 




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g; Dir.ectora or Allien 'Federal 
and i 'Bank ; SA8soclatloii of 
Woodstock havo set;Sati»rdav, 
Octobor 10, lfWM, ;a*-lhoVdato; 
for itho Jas«bclnllbii f fl ; ian^pnl] 
meeting; of : Its, membors, ac-i 
:eprdlng to Thomas L.sFrey^ 
manager, ^Tho mcetirig^wlllj 
bo 2held-fat 'St, John?8 *Luth'; 
bran Church In Woodstock;; 
AnJiflyonlngeihcptihg Is ihelngi 
planned, starting with a roast 
beef dlnnor. - There will ibe 
a, jjbuslhcss laosslon, ftmain 



BchooL district nr v o always 
WolcomcVnt^tlHJso'mebtlng^ 
iTho next niccflng will.:bb 
October:o;at ;7jOO-pVm^in tlie 
school library! If ^you :Hiavo 
anyJqiiostlpnsAabmit stills or 
any 'Other matter ^concerning 
the Chnnnol Lake ■ School, at- 
tend, those 'meetings. • - -zv 



spflaker»;and enterlrttpm^j- 
n\ The jFcdoral liand Bankj 
Association ot Woodstock^ 
a <farin Credit: -co op, making 
Ibnglterhv'farmloanslnilJake,! 
McHehry nnd 41cipno^CoiUK 

itie0: ',- ' :: -v v : 
KoMeetOem 

Bliylllfl Stewart; /SchlaflyJ 
Preflldbnt^bf^tlio^lllinolfi fm 
oration of HepubllcanrWoin- 1 
on, will 'bo^the 3spoakor at 
the Fall Dinner ,of TrlCouih 
: ty aRopubllcan Chd) ;or 'no'ono,! 
like^ahd Mcflonry couulles.j 

The :(|lnner will ihcGclolier; 
at ;tlle l;nke Foi^est Club,. 
iiriko^Fbi:e8tr>.wlth .the Social, 
Jioiir- lioglhhlng . at ;<i:.10. pin, 
and (Ihihor .will h6. served at 
7!30 i p,m. 

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sensitive, ''Pat' s hhi) ;pn liio 
back-ami his head 'swells. : i - 




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Personals 



HousoSfioods 



• Tlio -A'ntlocli-Nowport Dom- 
ioi'i'utlC; iUopstor iCIub cWIhIioa] 
lib t hunk 'till tho guests who 
ftittohdoU the Grand Opening 
•of i holr ^hoactquariors tat 879; 
>Mniri iStrcot Jln^Antioch; ; -Wo, 
-avIhIi ito jopblagizo to \\\\e jpco* 
: ple who >lmd 1o stand. ^ - - j 
: —(14), - M Mark fnirne^ 

I rwiflh to tlmiik ;all tiny 
■ i'rlonds and neighbors for the 
vlmaiiy gifts irind cards:! fyoi 
delved du'ring-my ' recent stay ; 

in the hospital.^; ■ ' 

"-■-*- Mrs. Charlotte Mallory 

HOOK FAIR | 

Complete your child's 'library 
. wltli quality but inexpensive 
paper back books for Ids own 
inge level from the 
OAKLAND GttADE SCHOOL 
-HOOK PAIR 
-^-Also a selection of adult 
. books. 
Ice Cream and Cake Served 
0:30 to 8 p.m. 
-.-. OCTOBER 5 
- Loon Lake & Deep Lake Road 
-Anttoch -3054730 



103^'IongV%0" wide whlto 1 
linen damask dinner cloth. 12 
24x24" white idlnnor napkins 
to match. Greon linen table- 
cloth. 00" xm , " > 12 rose nap- 
klnslOx 10'^-to match, Ma- 1 
dlera omb.- white tablecloth, 
47 x 47'? anil 12 napkins 10"i 
square madlera ito; match, 
1 — 46" round white madlera 
iablecloth. ; 1 — -37" round 
white madlera cloth. All in 
f AH% condition.^ Reasonable; 
Call 414 UN, 2^4342. ^ j 

■.-:* '": /■'.__ <*!3-14) 



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Real Estate 



FOUR ROOM Cottage, fur- 
nished, near Cross Lake. 
Could be a year round home. 
Large enclosed porch, run- 
ning water, natural gas. Bar- 
gain' by owner. $5,000 cash 
only. Write or call Leo 
Allen, Carney, Mich. Phone 
41-F-41. \ (9-18) 



7 >f ti Aluminum Xnias tree-* 
with color wheel, $10.. Call 
305-1303/ : , .■:■ (*13-14) 



SURPLUS Cbb Tanks, 10 gal. 
capacity; baby chair,. $2; baby 
bath tub, $1; Venetian blinds, 

l ' at liO'^riS", 3 at -'69"xrir»"', 

1 at 105"x55". Call 395- 
2625, * " (13-14) 



TWIN BED with coll spring; 
large sturdy wagon with re- 
movable sides; record cabinet; 
child's rocker; canopied com- 
bination sand box or swim- 
ming pool; football helmet, 
size medium; ironing board: 
misc. items. Call EL 8-5336. 

(* 13-14) 



^oloriial (Ridge 
Apartments l l j 

overlooklngbcautlful 
: T ism An t loch iLake 
IMMEDIATE (OCCUPANCY] 
NEW 
1J& 2 Bedroom Deluxe j 
' Apartments ■ 

$100 per month- and up 

-INCLUDES v'- 
Gas heat with individual j 
thermostdt control V- "\ 
Water— 'hot ^and cold 

Cooking— Gas j 

Birch cabinet ikltchen ■ j 
Frtgldalre— colored Stoves "IU 
refrigerators;. Ceramic^, |Ule' 
bath and colored fixtures.' 
Colored T.V. plug-Ins. >■ Ifefe- 
phone jack, Air conditioner 
sleeves, Laundry facility, with, 
automatic washers and dry*, 
ers. Basement storage. Plas- 
tered wails, 3 large closets. 
Completely soundproof. Park- 
ing — ample for. yon ; and 
your guest, 

LEASING AGENTS T/_ 

Edwin and Phyllis Kanla 

713 Lake Street 

. Antloch, Illinois 

Phono 395-1107 




'MAJOR iU. !S, 'COMPANY i \ 
Wlllsolect .married >moni 2t 
to, 35,yrs. of ago with ;car4o 
serviced established icustom- 
ors^in; 'Lake; County; -Our 
men make *f 135 weekly arid 
up^We]guarantco $110 while 
training. No knight 'work. 
Phono, lessontlal. Call 234-; 
1360. V (12tf) ■-■) 



^OWNSYOUR OWN 
- .BUSINESS : 

Gotvjpahi weekly^ jhbalthful 
.work. sLlboral terms to right 
man in choice territory as 
sales representative for Wis- 
consin's Greatest: Nursery, 
established over" 55 years. 
No delivering -or collecting. 
Liberal guarantee. Nurseries 
of, over 700 acres at JWntor- 
loo, Wisconsin. Write; 

McKay »Nu rsery Company 
^Waterloo, ^Wisconsin. 

%.■ (14-15-10); 



MOTOROLA mahogany TV 
set, 23-inch screen, picture, 

and cabinet in very good con- 
dition. Call 3952362. 

(* 13-14) 



"LOTS FOR SALE" > 
Force Liquidation Sale: Two 
choice lots 60' x 135' near 
North Ave, St Oakwood 
Drive. Must sell at once to 
best offer. Write Marsh & 
Thomas. 6600 S. Central Ave., 
Chicago, HI,, for details. 
(14-15) 



FOR RENT 

$110.00— In Antloch. one bed- 
room apartment, .heat, 
water, stove and refriger- 
ator Included. 

$00,00 — 2 Bedroom, water- 
front home, furnished. 1 
mile east of Antloch. 

2 Bedroom Home in Antloch 
near high sschool, avail- 
able Nov. 1, 1964. 



GROOM space oil heater with 
fan; 275-gatIon tank, and 
stand. Lots of pipe and 
stove board. Cheap. Call 
395-1302. T14> 



KELVINATOR 39" Electric 
Stove, $10. 275 nil tank in- 
cluding oil. $10. Call 356- 
5866 before 1 p.m. (-'14-15) 



OARAGE SALE, Saturday, 
Oct. 3, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chil- 
dren's furniture, doll houses, 
pictures, household items, 
books. Lake Ave., cast. of 
Channel Lake School, (14) 



5 ROOM HOUSE for ront in 
Park Terrace Sub. Full base- 
ment with central heating. 
9(15 per month. Call Chicago 

878-0241. (13-14) 



OUR LADY of the 
CEDARS, B.V.M, 

will hold a public auction 




FULL LENGTH Muskrnt 
Coat, like new. Only worn 
several times. Coat cost $500. 
Would like to have $100. 
Call 395-2517. (? 14-15) 

6-YEAR CRIB and Mattress; 
Storklhic buggy, like new, 
with pad and mosquito net- 
ting. Call 395-1405. (* 14-15) 



COUNTRY HOME, located 1 
mile north of Antloch in Wis- 
consin. Three bedrooms, spa- 
cious living & dining rooms, 
kitchen, 3-car heated garage. 
Use of private lakes, for 
swimming, fishing, hunting 
and. winter sports. Barn for 
pleasure horses, however no 
boarding. References re- 
quired. For those who can 
afford and appreciate call for 
appointment. Call 414-Up 2- 
4273. If no answer, call Cer- 
mak Realty, 312-395-3535. 

(14) 



Miscellaneous 



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Boats 



FOR SALE— 14 ft. fishing 
boat, good condition, $20. 
Call 395-3459. (*13-14) 



FOR SALE 
$24,900— FOR FAMILY LIV- 
'1NG we offer the house 
that has everything. Three 
largo bedrooms, living 
room with cathedral ceil- 
ing, fireplace, dining room, 
cabinet kitchen, separate 
dining area, wall to wall 
carpeting throughout the 
entire house, tile bathroom, 
2 car garage, enclosed 
brcezoway, fenced yard, 
separate fenced play area 
for pet and separate fenced 
area for children, all locat- 
ed on 3 large corner lots. 
The house has all new sep- 
tic, well. St furnace. There 
is a full basement with a 
separate washing area and 
play room all paneled in 
knotty pine. There are 
'many othor extras that you 
will see when you look at 
this house. Never have we 
offered so much house for 
the money. 

$13:500— LAKEFRONT: Well 
located house about 6 years 
old. This Is one you should 
investigate. 

$4,500—2 Bedroom homo on 
2 largo lots in* nice subdi- 
vision. Lake rights on pri- 
vate lake. 

NELSON'S 

Real Estate and 
Fire Insurance 

HOME OWNER'S POLICIES, 
ALL OTHER LINES OF 

INSURANCE 
including 

AUTO - FlKE - THEFT 
MARINE - TRUCK - LIABILITY 

COMPENSATION 

80 1 Main St. Dial 3954420 

Antlocb, DUnoU 



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LOSE WEIGHT safely with 
Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c. 
Reeves Drugs. (51-d) 



GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, 
AKC registered, males, 3 
months old. Permanent stmts 
started. $75. Bruce Calry, 
Kimball 0-2421. (13-14) 



WELSH TERRIERS, AKC 
registered, 6 weeks otd, pup- 
py shots and wormed. Stay 
like miniature Airdalcs. The 
up and coming dog for breed- 
ers. $75. Bruce Cairy, Kim- 
ball 6-2421. (13-14) 



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large 1 year old Collie-Shep- 
herd. Good with children. 
Tele. 395-0864. (*14) 



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Apartments 



ANTIOCH BARGAIN BARN 
50 Metal Wardrobe Cabinets 
Slight shipment damage at 
fraction of regular ' price- 
many styles and sizes. Also 18 
large used Wood Cabinets 
from $12.30 
Televisions from $10.50 
0-pc. Mali. Dining Room Set 
0-pc. Maple Dining Room Set 
12 new 6-yr. Cribs and Mat- 
tresses, 
Play Pen Pads, $1.98 

Used Refrigerators, Stoves 
and Waslters, Pictures, Dish- 
es, Crocks, Cut Glass, Crystal, 
Brass, Silverware, Cabinets, 
Radio, TV Sets, Bells, Rugs, 
Hassocks, Kitchen Sets, Din- 
ette Sets, Desks. Filing Cab- 
inets, Combination Doors, Or- 
gans, Pianos, Player Pianos, 
Boat Paint. Bicycles, Marble 
Tables and Dressers, etc. 

Wagon Wheels, Barn Lan- 
terns, Books, Cash Registers, 
Tablo Legs, Sink Tops, Vases, 
Lamps, Records, Beds, Chairs, 
Rockers, Sofas, Drapes, 
Pumps, Mowers, Toilets, Vac- 
uum Cleaners, Typewriters, 
Electric Appliances.* 
AND CONVERSATIONAL 
PIECES TOO NUMEROUS 
TO MENTION 
Come in and Browse 
New and used merchandise 
for home, office, farm, porch, 
shop, factory, garden. 
BOUGHT - SOLD - EX- 
CHANGED 

ANTIOCH 
BARGAIN BARN 

39 North Ave., 1 mllo East 

of 83 

Friday Noon to 9 P.M. 

Saturday Noon to 8 P.M. 

Sunday Noon to 6 P.M. 

Monday 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. 

1000 Now Bargains Weekly 

"Plenty of free parking" 



October 3 

commencing af 1 1 a.m. 

Located 2 miles south af j 73 

on 59, Lake Vlllo 

Vi mllo north of 1 32 

Noxl to 19th Halo Restaurant 

Household Furnishings 

DRESSES, MIRRORS, 

DESKS, PILLOWS, 

Chairs, Cabinets, Old 

Picture, Frames, Radios, 

Dishes, Church, Pews, 
Tables & So'me Antiques. 

Terms, Cash. 

ART'S 
AUCTION 
HOUSE " 

Clerk, Isabelle Paulsen 

Auctioneer, 
Arthur Mangeau 



NOTICE FOR LiASfi 

' Notice is ijieroby given that 
toalcdiibidHfWlll die ^received 
by the Hoard >of 'Trustees of 
the Vlllago.of Antlach, I,ake 
County, Illinois, at ithOj regUr! 
lar meeting, 'Tuesday, iOctd- 
be r 20, r 1964/ ;imtll -Eight 
o'clock vP;M,y ifiald I meeting «to 
beheld nl tlio'Antloeh-Vlllago 
Hall, Antloch, '(Illinois; (torJitlie 
leasing for aUerm of '99 years 
of itlie real estate which has 
hotpheen used Tor any tnunl- 
clpnl purpose, and which Sis 
dosci'llied. as follows, t(Kvlt: 
^: The- West- :;4,0. feet' of- life 
East'; 170. •feet ^except ithe 
Souih. ITodt thorcof) of Hot 
60 hi County iCIcrkis Subdivi- 
sion of Vunstibdivldod damls-lln" 
Sections 7, 6; 17 and ;16. : 
Township 46 Norlh^rtahgo 10, 
Easitbf 4thc"3rdiP;M, t In ?Lake 
County, Illinois. 
>7 The please shall ScoritainVri' 
provision that said teal 'estate 
shall not he fenced L or im- 
proved with any buildings and 
shall he used only for park-: 
Ing without charge and for In- 
gressand ogress. ''•'' ^ '/-S' ; 'A 

Itlds shall he addressed to 
O. 111. Shullls, Village derk, 
and shall be in his hands on 
or before Eight o'clock P.M. 
October 26. 1964. 

The Board of Trustees re- 
serves the right to reject any 
am) all bids, to waive any in- 
formality In any bid, and to 
accept any considered advan- 
tage to the Village. 

This notice is made pursu- 
ant to direction. of the Board 
of Trustees of the Village of 
Antloch on the 15th day of 
September, A.D. 1964. 

/s/ C. B. Shultis 
1 Vlllago Clerk, 
(Sept. 17-24-Oct. 1, 1964) ' 

Legal Notieo ' 
WTTHE "CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE 10TII JUDICIAL C1R- 
CU1T, LAKE COUNTY, ILL1- 

ROOFING - SIDING 

" INSULATION 

All Tvpcs of Rooflno— 

• Built-up Roofing for Plot Roots 

• Tar and Gravel 

• All Types Asphalt Shlnglei 

^ SIDING & 

.: Aluminum - Insulated - Asbestos 

ALUMINUM 

.J2o,a.r$, Wlndaw3, Jalousie,, Porch, 

/T^jRoll or Pormanonl Awntnfjs 

BURLINGTON ROOFING & 
v * ^INSULATING CORP. 

472 Milwaukee Avenue 

Burlington, Wisconsin 

Phono — 414-763-6131 



NdlS/PR- 
ESTATEfO^OTraA^IIANKB 
Deceased; FILE ;N0 64P^483j 
i Notlcd Is horoby^glveiijpiir-] 
siianii to iScetlbn 194 of the 
Probate ;A6ti*of tho^dcath jofj 
the abnye --named decedent 
and ithat 'letters Tosiameutary 
weror Issued on September 
lnth, 1004, to Amelia Hauke, 
'Route 173, Antioe|t; 'Illinois, 
iwhoae 'attorney;lbf/ record ills 
Tcd4C; 'Larson,- 380tLake;SL; 
Antloch, Illinois, and dhatUlio 
firrit'Montlay'iniJthe-monthof 
November, 1964, Is the claim 
<lute for theeHtato. 

'Claims against said estate 
should ho filed In Mho Pro* 
,biHe> office Sof UtieiOlcrkabf 
sa}d Court, County Court 
Imusc^ AVnukoganr ■ illlntils, 
and capiva thereof mailed or 
delivered to said iogal ropre 
sentiitlve and to said attorney, 



JUS WIN'S HUMOft 

Socleiy i ibaridleader ; Uotb 




wtiddings I oyer mid iyeflrs, liir, 
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• THURSDAY, OCTOBIR 8, 1964 • 

— From StOO to fi00 f.M. — 

$J ( 0OPIRPtATI PHONI 395-3373 

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SERVICES 



IRONING done in my home, 
excellent work. Call El 6- 
6791. (13-14) 



CONCRETE ft UGHT-WT. 
BLOCKS - PATIO BLOCKS 
CRAB ORCHARD, LANNON 
Complete Line of All 
& FRENCH LICK STONB 
PACE BRICK - ALUMINUM 
AND STEEL WINDOWS AND 

DRAIN TILE 
Fox Lake Concrete Products 

& Building Material Co. 
Rt. 12 & RR Depot, Fox Lake, 
m. Pbone JUsUce 7-1441 



FURNACES CLEANED AND 

REPAIRED 

Oil Burner Service 

A. J. EGGERT, Camp Lake, 

Wl0., Tel. Silver Lake, 

TUcker 9-5691 



FOR GOOD 

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 

J.. P. MILLER 

Rt. 59, Post Office Box 142 

DIAL 398-1232 • Antloch, 111. 



FOR GOOD 

LIFE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 

- J. P. MILLER 

Rt. 59, Post Office Box 142 

DIAL 3flS~1232 - Antloch. IU 

FOR GOOD 
FIRE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 

J, P. MILLER 

Rt, 69, Post Office Box 142 

DIAL 39.1-1232 Antloch. IU. 




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RI-MAR POODLES 

CLIPPING & GROOMING 

Pfck-Up & Delivery "395-1 945 

Stud Service- Silver Toy ond 
Miniature White Toy - Chocolote 
Miniature and Toy (tin) 



CHAIN O' LAKES 

TREE SERVICE 

REMOVAL - TRIMMING 
TREE SPRAYING 

& Licensed by the Stare of 111. 
& Fully Insured 

& Over 30 Years In Northern III. 
& Hourly Rates or Contract 

CALL US NOW— 395-3198 

If no answer call before 8 a.m. 
or after 6 p.m. 



ELECTROLUX Cleaner and 
Air Purifier 
E. W, EDWARDS 
Factory Representative Elec- 
trolux Corporation Sales & 
Service, 600 Parkway Ave., 
Antloch, Illinois. Phone 395- 
0319 after 4 p.m. or week- 
ends. (7 tf) 



ATTENTION TEACHERS 
2 LARGE Newly Decorated 
sleeping rooms in private 
home on lake front in Lake 
Vlllo, North Shore Cedar 
Lake. Call EL 6-5191. (Otf) 



To Place an ad.... 
Dial 395-4111 



FURNISHED Apartment for 
ront. 1 mile north of Antloch 
on Rt. 83. For country living 
and yet in town. Suitable for 
2 or 3 young business or pro- 
fessional men or .women. 
Have use of private lakes for 
swimming, fishing, hunting 
and winter sports. Refer- 
ences required. For appoint- 
ment coll 414-Un 2-4273. If 
no answer call Ccrmak Real- 
ty, 3jJ.2-395.3535. ■ (14) 

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ROOF RACK for 1-ton pan- 
eled truck. Permanent steel. 
Reasonable. Call EL 0-5330. 

(*13-14) 



WANTED 



Female Help 



WANTED WAITRESS -and 
cook, evenings. Must have ex- 
perience. Apply in person at 
Weasel's Lounge, 899 Main 
Street, Antloch. (8-9) 

CATHOLIC Parochial Schools 
are looking for qualified 
teachers for immediate place- 
ment. For information call 
527-3200. (13-14) 



ATTENTION FARMEItSI 

For prompt removal of all 

dead animals, call collect: 

THE GLOBE RENDERING 

COMPANY 

Phone 

Burlington, ROckwell 84400 

or Kenosha, OLymplc 4-4111 



Radio Dispatched 

TELEVISION 
REPAIR SERVICE 

Antennas 
Installed 

and 
Repaired 

ONE 

395-1454 
ECONOMY TV 

(uiom from Jewel) 
439 Lai),. St. AntlocK 





TO CALL FOR THE BEST 
BUY on YOUR INSURANCE 



Frw ClMiifi«d» — 3954111 




ANTIOCH 

395- 
1089 



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Cmii Lata Rd 



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LINCOLN 2-door HARD TOP $1495 

Power equipped — very clean! *0||E 

CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE 5895 

V-8, Automatic D»Ivo — Nice! lijif* 

FORD ECONOL1NE PICK-UP , $1235 

Like N«w! m+MAK 

CADILLAC LIMOUSINE $1495 

Jump Seal*, Air Conditioned, Full Power and Electric Divider windows — 

Coit $11,000 New! ,,. --__ 

VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER $985 

Fully Rlged — Bo Sure To See TWt! _ _ |i _ 

FORD CONVERTIBLE $1095 

Galaxio, V-8, Automatic Drive, Continental Kit — Very Sharp!. m»jk— 

RAMBLER 4-door • -. $698 

6- cylinder, Automatic Drive — Worth Much Mora! 

FORD FAIRLANE 500 $1495 

Club Sedan — Almoit Now! 

VALIANT 4-door SEDAN ....,....:. $795 

Eaty on Gai and Low In Price! 

CHEVROLET 4-door $695 

6 cylinder — Stick — Clean! 

BUICK RIVIERA FORDOR . $495 

Power and Automatic Drive! 

PLYMOUTH FURY HARD TOP $595 

V-8 — Automatic Drive 

LINCOLN 2-door HARD TOP $295 

Power Equipped! 

DODGE FORDOR $65 

CHEVROLET WAGQN $95 

FORD PICK-UP, Bell Utility Box $295 

CHEVROLET 2-door $145 

FORD CONVERTIBLE % $195 



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Half hour before removing ham from oven, 
spread ham- with mixtures of >/ 2 cup. Log 
Cabin Syrup, I tap. lemon juice, I isp. grated 
lemon rind end a pinch of cinnamon. Finish 
baking In 400° F oven -till nicely glazed. Serve 
with baked potato scooped out, blended with 
cooked grated carjot, refilled and topped 
with TableRHe grated cheese; also creamed 
boiled onion. 
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